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Following the resignation of the two envoys of His Holiness the Dalai Lama earlier this month, Phayul questions Tsewang Rigzin, President of the Tibetan Youth Congress, the Tibetan Women’s Association, and Beijing based award-winning Tibetan writer Woeser on the future prospects of the Sino-Tibet dialogue process....
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omze  

Location: nz
Subject: The Chinese vocabulary
Jun 25 2012 06:24 AM

Until the Chinese understand, and exercise the phrase "peaceful dialogue" Tibetans are "bashing their head against a brick wall" so is the saying. Why should China negotiate anything, they have everything they want. They have Tibet wealth, river systems, geographical advantage, easy access and intimidation of Nepal, India. Maybe to try and bring other nation's populations aware of who their respective Governments are choosing as bedfellows, in addition to bringing those populations awareness of the Tibetan suffering, might reap some reward. To encourage the global media to continue highlighting China's barbaric way of dealing with forced abortion, treatment of animals, , and their general treatment of anyone they don't like,etc. may prick the conscience of ordinary people. They are the ones who can activate change within their own Government policy. Rather than just feeling sorry for the Tibetan people, issues as highlighted above are closer to all people's hearts. Something they can relate to.
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