» 07/27/2012, 00.00
TIBET - CHINA
False Panchen Lama, a "Chinese puppet", his words mean "nothing"
Beijing's hand-picked Panchen Lama Gyaltsen Norbu visited Lhasa where he slammed anti-Communist protesters, "unfit" in his words to be called men of religion. A young monk tells AsiaNews that "he is a poor puppet in Chinese hands" living "in a gilded jail". Without any understanding of Tibet, he is "forced to play to Beijing's tune. We feel compassion for him." Nonetheless, his statements are part of the Communist party's strategy to decide what is orthodox in every religion.
17/01/2008 TIBET - CHINA
"Suicides" of Tibetan monks; they were to recognise the next Dalai Lama
Gyaltsen Tsepa Lobsang and Yangpa Locho, both 71 years old, were found hanged at the monastery of Tashilhunpo between September and November. They had recognised the eleventh Panchen Lama, who was later abducted by Beijing, and had educated the instigators of the great anti-China revolt in the early 1990's.
31/08/2006 TIBET Â– CHINA
Tibet, a "stain" on the 2008 Olympics in Beijing
A French parliamentary delegation yesterday returned from a visit to the region. A senator warned Beijing about the importance of resolving the Tibetan question before the Games. In the meantime, the Panchen Lama chosen by Communist leaders has returned home.
17/03/2009 CHINA - TIBET
If there really is peace in Tibet, Beijing should free the true Panchen Lama
For 14 years, Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, the 11th Panchen Lama recognized by the Dalai Lama, has been sequestered together with his family. Beijing continues to say that he is "doing well," and that there is religious freedom in Tibet: the liberation of the true Panchen Lama could be the only credible sign of this.
04/08/2007 CHINA - TIBET
The Party to approve Buddha reincarnations
The government continues to interfere in religious affairs, mortgaging the future of the Dalai Lama. In Sichuan 200 Tibetans demand the release of a nomadic pastor who had asked for independence for Tibet.
16/08/2004 china - tibet
China's Panchen Lama visits Lhasa during Tibetan festival
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