China has maintained its regional policy in Tibet. It is sending people there for jobs in the hinterland of the country and also forcing them to learn Chinese Mandarin.

New Delhi Date. Friday, August 20, 2021

According to Wang Yang, a top Chinese official, Tibetans need to make every effort to speak and write Chinese. He also said that Tibetans need to share cultural symbols and images associated with the Chinese nation.

Wang made the remarks on the 70th anniversary of the Chinese invasion of Lhasa’s Potala Palace, home of Buddhist leaders. Critics say that the imposition of China’s own culture in Tibet could lead to the collapse of traditional Buddhist culture. China condemned the plan, describing the exiled Dalai Lama as a separatist leader and highlighted its efforts to boost the Tibetan economy.

Wang, a member of the Politburo Standing Committee and oversees policy towards sexual minorities, said the activities of the Dalai Lama and his followers have been crushed. Since 1951, Tibet has been moving from darkness to light.

China maintains regional policy

China has maintained its regional policy in Tibet. It is sending people there for jobs in the hinterland of the country and also forcing them to learn Chinese Mandarin. In front of the Dalai Lama’s ancestral Potala Palace, a Chinese official said that the Lama’s rebellion failed in 1959 and he fled to India. Now Tibet is developing well.