Voice of An Exiled Tibetan: Hopes of freedom and struggle

Front Cover
Yeshe Choesang, Dec 10, 2014 - Political Science - 200 pages
0 Reviews

This book is about the abuses of human rights in Tibet include restricted freedom of religion, culture, language, belief, and association. Particularly, Tibetans have faced arbitrary arrest and maltreatment in custody, including torture at the hands of Chinese authorities.

Freedom of the Press in the China is still absent, and Tibet’s media is tightly controlled by the Chinese leadership, making it difficult to determine accurately the scope of human rights abuses.

Today, China sees the Tibetan religion and culture as the main threat to the leadership of the Communist Party.

Cover photo: After China’s 65-year-long brutal repression of the Tibetan people, Tibet is still an occupied territory and Tibetans live under constant military and police surveillance.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Preface wo
1
Must 21st century economics outweigh human rights?
8
Pointing the finger in the wrong direction? The responsibilities of Tibetan writers
16
In times of crisis Tibetan Youth Congress should be more united and stronger than ever
23
Faith is a symbol of our struggle it unites us as a peaceful force
29
Tibetan culture will never be lost if we celebrate and encourage our youth
35
Han Chinese tourists increasing in Tibet is merely maintaining population transfer 4
41
Turning up the volume of Tibet voice for nonviolent resistance
48
Do Not Forget the Other Side of China and Tibet
95
The Middle Way Approach of Tibet and Chinese Lies
103
oo years of Shimla Convention
109
Chinese government should be condemned for its human rights abuses in Tibet
116
Tibetans need the moral stand for freedom of the world and democracy
125
We must rememberTibetan martyrs 13
135
World should demand response for Nangpala border shooting
141
Why Politics and sports are different?
150

The world is a Paper Tiger for the freedom struggle for Tibet?
54
Does economic prosperity decreases the importance of Human Rights?
62
Chinas Tibet policy continued attempt at Erasing Tibetan language and identity
69
People of Tibet remember 25th anniversary of oth Panchen Lamas Death
76
Tibet still under occupation
79
The silenced struggle in Tibet
87
Chinas abuse of Human Rights in Tibet is getting even worse
157
Will what was Tibetans homeland become Han Chinese homeland?
170
An Exiled Editor Tells His Life Story
176
Abrief About Tibet
186
About Author
192

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2014)

†Yeshe Choesang was born on 27 August 1976 in the Lithang Region in eastern Tibet, (Currently administratively part of Sichuan province, China). He escaped to India in 1985, when he was a 11-year old boy.

“Political issues should be used in a democratic and honest way.† Otherwise, as you go through the centuries, the democratic system will become dirty and you will need another system to follow.”† the author said.

Bibliographic information