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Renovation work began in the Tibetan capital Lhasa this autumn along the main tourist streets facing the east side of the Potala and along most of Yuthog Lam (Chin: Yutuo Lu) running from the Jokhang to the Potala Square in....
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Gyaltsen  

Location: NYC
Subject: Typical
Jan 04 2005 10:55 AM

Turn Lhasa into Dharma Disneyworld with no Dalai Lama to attract western tourist dollars....Oh, what will the commies come up with next? I noticed no mention of all the work to expand the drapchi prison? Wonder why....Maybe afriad that Canadian or American congress will hear about that....
Freelance  

Location: USA
Subject: Superficial!
Dec 31 2004 11:55 AM

The construction facade lacks authencity and it is like Chinese buildings painted with Tibetan image.
Love Tibet Love Freedom
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Lamdo_83  

Location: ny
Subject: "TIBETANIZATION"
Dec 31 2004 10:39 AM

I was in Lhasa less than a month ago and it's pathetic what the chinese are doing in the name of "tibetanization." Yuthog Lam in Lhasa is just one example of many recent actions taken by the chinese government and their poor attempt to try and portray a "new, proper" picture of tibet.
The fact that there wasn't a single tibetan worker among all the construction taking place was sad to say the least. It seems that the chinese government is willing to do anything and everything now to create a more "tibetan" looking area so they can appeal to the foreigners, world org's etc...and ofcourse it isn't the tibetans that will benefit from these "tibetanization" projects but the Han chinese.
The construction of the railroad and other modernization projects in the TAR region are deceptive because everywhere i went, most of the restaurants, shops, and businesses were all owned by Han people. the increasing Han population within tibet is so common that the fear of tibetans becoming a minority in our own country seems to be only a few yrs away.

S.A.V.E tibet
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