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The Tibetan march for freedom

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Hundreds of exiled Tibetans are ready to start a six-month march from India to the Tibet as a protest against China's occupation of the Himalayan region and the fact that Beijing will host the Olympic Games next summer.

Exiled Tibetan groups have reported that this march will be one of several protest activities that will take place around the world. They also claim that the preparation of The games It comes at a time when China is trying to completely eliminate Buddhist culture and increase its government presence in Tibet. The group has called on all Tibetans to peacefully protest against China's plans to pass the Olympic torch through Tibet.

He Dalai Lama publicly manifested a few days ago his dismay at the fact that the language, customs and traditions of Tibetans are in danger as they are becoming an insignificant minority within their own homeland in the Himalayas. He also admitted his intention to address the international community soon in his attempt to claim a little respect for freedom of expression from China.

Today marks the 49th anniversary of an uprising in Tibet that was crushed by the Chinese Liberation Navy and forced the exile of the Dalai Lama in India.

From Viajablog we want to send our deep feelings to the Tibetans since we will always show our support for the defense of freedoms.

Via BBC

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