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Tibetan Writer Speaks Out on Tibet Crackdown and Kyigudo Quake

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24december20101Dharamshala: - "I often lose my patience and tolerance when I was reacting to against China's harsh policies toward Tibetan people that aggravating the extremely tense situation in Tibet," said Mr. Gedun Tsering, (20), a Tibetan writer and former teacher from Serdeu Township, Marthang County of Amdho Ngaba region of Tibet (Ch: Changrig Tibet Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province), who recently took refuge in India. In the books, he and several other Tibetan writers have focused the facts and figures on China's continuous violence against the Tibetans inside Tibet.

Tsering safely managed to escape from Tibet recently, currently he became one of newest Tibetan refugee in Indian hill town of Dharamshala where Tibetan government in exile based. Speaking to The Tibet Post International (TPI), he said the communist regime accused him of inciting separatism. Since January 2010, he was hiding almost one year in the hills and mountains of Ngaba region, eastern Tibet after Chinese authorities found several books and what they write allegedly on the grounds of "inciting activities to split the nation".

The writers involved in the writing of the books and magazine were claimed of having political motivation in various Tibet issues. But, Tsering said that articles of the books and magazines have much more experimental and reality in their opinions. 'The Tears' (Tib: Migchu), "The Tongue (Che), 'The Alive Eye' (Sonmig) and 'Peaceful Struggles' (Shiwai Drakgol) were accused of "inciting political activities.

While Asking him about the difficulties of the writing 'The Alive Eye' and 'The Tears' in Tibet, Tsering said "I thought you may never know what good results come out if you merely protest in the streets and villages, but if you do nothing there will be no result, we have decided to create a platform of media including Tibetan newspapers and magazines for our voices to be Heard, get our voice by the world. Therefore, the books mainly focused 2008-2010 events in Tibet; including the peaceful demonstration in all parts of Tibet, China's crackdown since March 2008, and protest contradicts Chinese state controlled media propaganda on Tibet issue."

Tsering stressed that all of the Tibetan popular websites and blogs where Tibetan scholars, monks and students usually publish their articles were shutdown by Chinese authorities, China accused them of inciting separatism because of their opinions on Tibet. Nowadays in Tibet, there is no perfect news websites and blogs where Tibetans can access information and write their opinions. Too much restrictions on freedom of the press and freedom of speech.

In this, 'The Alive Eye', we have written some opinions on importance of environmental protection in Tibet and as well as the preservation and promotion of the Tibetan culture," said Tsering. "I and my colleagues from various parts of Tibet discussed and were preparing to distribute the books, actually it was on 1st January 2010, over 5000 books and magazines have been widely distributed in many areas in Tibet. But lately the Chinese authorities accused us of instigating to split the motherland.

"I and seven other Tibetan writers also have composed a book called 'The Tongue' (Tib: Che) basically focus on recent massive earthquake in Kyigudo in eastern Tibet that has killed so many people and later we distributed book." he said. "The Chinese authorities did not allowing us to visit quake affected areas, we heard they were crying, their voices were just heard from where they trapped under the rubble. The authorities also denied many other Tibetan journalists," Tsering further told TPI.

Speaking to TPI about 'The Alive Eye', Tsering said, "countless Tibetans have lost their life by Struggling for Truth and Justice in Tibet during 2008 peaceful demonstrations in all parts of Tibet. He said ."We expressed how we were suffered, angered and hatred the Chinese authorities and failed to keep of our patience and tolerance toward those communist authorities who carried out widespread persecution and massacre of the Tibetans in their homeland."

Last Updated ( Friday, 24 December 2010 16:01 )  


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