• Beijing
  • And as China marks 50 years of governance in Tibet this week, Beijing continues to ignore complaints over its heavy-handed rule. (uyghuramerican.org)
  • But a Beijing-based non-profit and Worldwatch Institute partner , the Global Environmental Institute (GEI), has successfully implemented a biogas program in the mountainous Chinese province. (worldwatch.org)
  • Tibet
  • Our talks have certainly enabled us to understand better the Chinese government s position and concerns regarding the future of Tibet. (tibet.ca)
  • His Holiness the Dalai Lama has repeatedly and categorically stated that he is not seeking separation of Tibet from the People s Republic of China (PRC). (tibet.ca)
  • The Chinese Government's viewpoint on the history of Tibet is different from that of the Tibetans and His Holiness the Dalai Lama is fully aware that Tibetans cannot agree to it. (tibet.ca)
  • In conformity with this principle, the Chinese Government s White Paper on Regional Ethnic Autonomy in Tibet, states that minority nationalities are 'arbiters of their own destiny and masters of their own affairs. (tibet.ca)
  • After 50 years of Chinese rule, it's still "impossible" for outsiders to gain independent access to Tibet, said Michael Buckley, one of just a handful of overseas journalists to spend extended periods there. (uyghuramerican.org)
  • While party officials speak of the schools built in Tibet, Buckley counters that China spent more on the railway line to Lhasa completed in 2006 than on the entire health care and education budgets since invading Tibet in 1950. (uyghuramerican.org)
  • These railways enable large numbers of Chinese migrant workers to come into Tibet, and enable large-scale exploitation of Tibet's resources economically. (uyghuramerican.org)
  • Tibet Mineral Development Company and China Gold International Resources Corp - both of which operate mines in Tibet - did not respond to emailed questions. (uyghuramerican.org)
  • talks
  • I would like to thank the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) for providing this opportunity to talk about the status of our discussions with the Chinese government following the Ninth Round of talks held in January this year. (tibet.ca)
  • Government
  • Canada can, within a positive friendly atmosphere, ask the Chinese government to resolve the Tibetan situation. (tibet.ca)
  • The Chinese Government has made different comments and expression of concerns regarding the Memorandum and the Note was intended to address these and to offer some constructive suggestions for a way forward in the dialogue process. (tibet.ca)
  • His self-immolation was also an act of protest against the actions and brutalities of the Chinese government," Sangay's brother, Jamyang Jinpa, wrote in a letter published online in early September. (uyghuramerican.org)
  • visit
  • The Ninth Round came after a gap of 15 months and took place in between two developments connected with President Obama: his first visit to China in November 2009 and his meeting with His Holiness the Dalai Lama in February this year. (tibet.ca)
  • people
  • Kong, is reported to show that 45 million Chinese people were killed between 1958 and 1961. (tibet.ca)
  • And while the ordinary people of China fell into the depths of hell, corruption was reported to be rampant at every level of Chinese society from those in Chairman Mao's own coterie (all of whom lived a luxurious life) right down to the small local officials. (tibet.ca)
  • He is seeking a sustainable solution within the People s Republic of China. (tibet.ca)
  • Observers of the situation, including unbiased political leaders and scholars in the international community, have also acknowledged that the Memorandum is a call for autonomy within the People s Republic of China. (tibet.ca)
  • He does not wish to make this difference on history an obstacle in seeking a mutually beneficial common future within the People s Republic of China. (tibet.ca)
  • late
  • Chinese propaganda posters of the late 1950s show smiling young workers marching jubilantly towards unity under the benevolent Great Leader. (tibet.ca)