Hope Tibet Will Have a Brighter Future

Purpose Statement

I’m currently a graduate student at University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA. In order to find the true fact of Tibet Riot in 2008 and to collect the information related to this riot, I build this website.

I believe that the respect of human rights is a universal value, which not only mean that Chinese Tibet government should respect the religion and culture of Tibetans, but also require that Dalai Lama and his supporters should respect the life and culture of Tibetan people including the Tibetans, Muslims and Hans(the majority of Chinese people, but the minority in Tibet).

The controversial topic is whether Tibet was an independent country before the army of Communist party of China entered Tibet in 1950. Dalai and his supporters always tell people the answer is “sure”-they declare that a treaty which confirmed the independence of Tibet was signed by Britain, China and Tibet representatives in 1914. However, Chinese government never signs this treaty. I don’t know why Dalai, a Nobel Laureate in Peace, tell this lie. Maybe the only answer is that he failed to find any evidence that can confirm the independence of Tibet, therefore, the only solution is to tell lie.

When people all across the world believe Dalai’s lie, they definitely tend to condemn Chinese government and Chinese people. Especially, you find that China is a Communist country, and then you think Communist party is sure to be fault, ever. If you do this, you fail to know the true fact, you tolerate Dalai and his supporters to kill innocent Chinese people, including Tibetans, Muslims and Hans, and finally you support a group of people who indeed violate human rights.

Serious comments are welcome. Only when we know the real fact in Tibet, can we figure out solutions to elminate the misunderstanding between Han, Muslim and Tibetan, and to protect the human rights of all the people in Tibet.

Views expressed here do not reflect my current institution-University of Wisconsin-Madison.

6 Comments »

  1. Glad to find this wonderful blog and glad to know someone is trying to find the truth of Tibet, instead of believing blindly in the somehow biased media like CNN.
    If you know some Chinese, you may log on to China’s most popular forum http://www.tianya.cn and find some posts written by true grassroot Tibetan people on how much efforts Chinese government has made throughout the years to improve the eduation, economy and health care in Tibet. They are truly witness of the Tibet history. But if you don’t know Chinese, just wait. I know some are working on tranlastion of these posts into many languages

    Comment by cleverzone | April 14, 2008 | Reply

  2. Glad to find this wonderful blog and glad to know someone is trying to find the truth of Tibet, instead of believing blindly in the biased media like CNN.
    If you know some Chinese, you may log on to China’s most popular forum and find some posts written by true grassroot Tibetan people on how much efforts Chinese government has made throughout the years to improve the education, economy and health care in Tibet. If you don’t know Chinese, just wait. . I know some are working on the translation of these posts into many languages

    Comment by cleverzone | April 14, 2008 | Reply

  3. I would suggest that you have already reached a conclusion and much of that is reflected in this opening statement. You are simply posting material, much of it undocumented and with no claim or authorships, to support the conclusion you want to have.

    I would also suggest adding a profile on yourself would also be enlightening in this.

    Thanks for inviting an open discussion. It should be noted that your photos from the past really offer no actual documentation or authorship regarding the content or claims made about them

    The information that is supplied with them comes from the Beijing Tibet museum which has been repeatedly written up around the world for its purpose ad a partyline propaganda mission.

    More work is needed to authenticate any of the claims being made.

    Comment by TibetanPHOTOproject | June 18, 2008 | Reply

  4. Hi,
    I saw this blog on the internet. I am the photoeditor of a big european magazine and we currently writing an article about the Dalai Lama, in which we want to show the other side of him. There was slavery and contacts to the Nazis when he was in power. Do you have any photos who could document this? If so, it would be nice if you could send them to me. I would need them as big as possible and (very important) with as much captions and sources as possible.
    Thank you very much and best regards,
    Dörk

    Comment by Dörk | June 18, 2009 | Reply

  5. I would expect a graduate student at a university in the USA to use more accurate English. Your usage suggests that you are not who you claim to be. What you say may be true, but perhaps to be more convincing, you should have an English speaker proof your text.

    Comment by Lynn Hansen | February 24, 2011 | Reply

    • I could watch Scehidlnr’s List and still be happy after reading this.

      Comment by Adele | May 18, 2017 | Reply


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