By Pam Tenzin Phuntsok
Dec. 8, 2014
Tibetan people lived a life in near absolute terms different from the Chinese. Tibet neither
has to borrow nor to buy history from China. The continued conflicts and clashes between the Communist government of China and the Tibetan people (both inside and outside) in the last six decades still proves that there is inherent and incessant trouble inside Tibet. The revolt of 1959, uprisings of 1988 and 2008 were continuations of displeasure of the Tibetan people against the oppressive and suffocating rule of Communist China.
|Pam Tenzin Phuntsok|
Tibetans on the contrary lived a cultural life somewhat similar to northern India.