Peace Not Violence In Tibet Urges Chinese Dissident

Wang Lixiong, who has fought for Tibet rights over the years urged his government to recognize their policies to demonize the Dalai Lama and impose Chinese culture on Tibet have failed. Wang, and a group of writers, scholars, artists and lawyers, signed a petition calling on the Chinese government to tone down the rhetoric of anger against Tibet rebels and deal directly with Tibetan leaders in a peaceful manner. He fears “too many people are being inspired by propaganda now to hate the Tibertan people.” Wang Lixiong may be among the few Chinese dissidents who actually have met and talked with the Dalai Lama. He points out that Tibetan leaders are seeking local autonomy, not independence.

China is no longer a weak nation, it stands astride the world as a powerful force in modern times. Perhaps, the present generation of leaders are unable to escape the anger, fear, and uncertainty of life when China struggled in poverty to gain respect. Chinese leaders would become powerful figures to emulate if they entered into peaceful dialogue with Tibetans and created a new model of autonomy for ethnic groups within their nation.

  • International Alliance Privacy Services

    This is just a quick notice for all those than cannot get live coverage of the Tibet situation because they are in restricted countries. We have various international unrestricted servers using the SSH2 protocols that will allow any computer in the world to use our ip addresses and unblock any websites that are currently blocked by the Chinese Government. This means that any one in China and its surrounding territorities can watch any network news broadcast right from their computer.

  • xiaoyong

    You are advanced in the issue of tibet, better than all the others who are cheated by western media, but I still suggest you to read some history written by experts who have writen according to original documents and most of all, to visti the new Tibet and Lhasa, and you will understand who is a liar, who has suppressed the tibetean people, and who is criminal when they killed innocent peoples, and who have done this, and who should be punished because of this criminal sin.

  • Fred Stopsky

    A sa geat nation China must begin to address issues of the right to dissent to the majority.