Voice of An Exiled Tibetan: Hopes of freedom and struggle

· Yeshe Choesang
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This book is about the human rights violations in Tibet, which include restrictions on freedom of religion, culture, language, belief, and association. In particular, Tibetans are subjected to arbitrary arrests and ill-treatment in detention, including torture by the Chinese authorities. 

Press freedom remains non-existent in China and the media in Tibet is tightly controlled by the Chinese leadership, making it difficult to accurately determine the extent of human rights violations.

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

Cover photo: After 65 years of brutal oppression of the Tibetan people by China, Tibet is still an occupied territory and Tibetans live under constant surveillance by the military and police. 

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Thomas Jake
January 21, 2015
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