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Tibetan Genocide
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Tibetan Genocide

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    • 1. GENOCIDE IN TIBET A REPORT BY JONATHAN KING, ANMOL SINGH, BEN JACKSON, KARANVIR SINGH
    • 2. GENERAL HISTORY Throughout history, Chinese and Tibetan dynasties have conflicted Two areas never amalgamated Distinctly different cultures: language, religion, ect. Before take-over by the People’s Republic Theocratic government: led by the Dalai Lama Prosperous nation with own army, National Assembly, currency, and postal system
    • 3. GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION
    • 4. GENERAL HISTORY 1949- Invaded by the Chinese government Began with military take-over, agreement for Tibet’s “liberation” Up to 1959, greater influx of troops and Chinese 1959-1966: violently suppressing resistance, large arrests, labor camps, annexation of Tibet 1966-1976: destruction of remaining religious monuments and culture
    • 5. GENERAL HISTORY After a period of heavy colonizing of Tibet by the Chinese, the country was then placed under Martial Law until 1993 At one point, Chen Kuei Yuan, a Chinese administrator in power of Tibet, attempted an "all-out effort to eradicate Buddhism from the face of the earth so that no memory will be left in the minds of coming generations" Taken from Tibet and China in the Twenty-First Century by John Heath (151).
    • 6. DESTRUCTION OF THE JOKHANG TEMPLE THIS IS ONLY ONE OF THE 6,000 DESECRATED
    • 7. DEATH AND DESTRUCTION After Chinese occupation, total of 1,000,000 or greater Tibetans tortured, starved, and killed In just one year (1959-1960) in the major city of Lhasa, 87,000 deaths were recorded Photo: The New York Times
    • 8. TIBETAN RESISTANCE THE GENOCIDE NEVER STOPPED

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