Nepalese police detained more than 100 Tibetan exiles on Tuesday who had gathered to pray for nine Tibetans who set themselves on fire in protest against Chinese rule. A group of Tibetans including 150 monks were holding a prayer meeting on the outskirts of Katmandu in honor of the monks, former monks and a nun who have self-immolated since March in a restive Tibetan area of western China that has been under martial law-type police controls. Aged in their late teens and twenties, at least five died of their injuries, while the condition of the other four is not known.
Tibet might have got a good will in the early days indeed, which was to pursue a more democratic CHN out of it. Sadly and naturally, some secessionism came along and took advantage of the good will which might exist in the first place. People in the West World shouldn’t judge a book by its look. You should know that there are many People in CHN who are willing and desiring for more democracy through proper means but not twisting facts to fool people and beg for sympathy. We have beliefs and that’s not our way.