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In one of the rare voices from behind the veil of China’s military lockdown in Tibet, a Tibetan woman has told an undercover international news reporter that Tibetans have no rights and are beaten to death for speaking the truth....
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Tseta  

Location: Canada
Subject: Bravo! ABC news!
Oct 11 2012 10:46 PM

My heartfelt thanks to the abc news Australia fro bringing out this truth of suffering from Tibet, a place where the media people and journalism is restricted tightly. It indeed is an act of humanity to bring out this true reality of Chinese oppression in Tibet, I think the rest of the world media needs to follow it's foot steps to bring justice and Human Rights in Tibet and in other parts of world ruled by autocrat regimes like CCP of China.

Bravo! ABC News Media.
omze  

Location: nz
Subject: media
Oct 10 2012 05:00 AM

One can hope that the international media run this article, not a few lines on the back page, but front page and in full detail. Whilst there is politically motivated campaign of pushing China back, now is the time to capitalize on getting Tibet's voice heard. Japan ought to be boycotting Chinese goods in response to the action against them in China, more countries should follow the lead of the US and Australia in banning Chinese company Huwai. But is it enough, and is it to late to finally see some backbone in dealing with China. To the lady in the article, " we know your suffering and your pain, we absorb your misery as much as we can and will never give up hope or abandon who we are. The Communist party will end up hanging itself one day, they will not be in Tibet forever. Every second of every day is spent looking for the answer to hasten China's end.
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