Record of Chinese atrocities in Tibet
1.2 million Tibetans died as a direct result of Chinese atrocities.
Over 6000 monasteries and institutes of learning have been destroyed.
Precious Tibetan artifacts were vandalized and sold in Hong Kong markets.
Over 6000 Tibetan religious and historical literature have been destroyed.
Tibetans in Tibet are second class citizen without basic Human Rights, such as Freedom of Expression, Freedom of Religion, Right to Education, etc.
Tibetan women are subjected to forced abortion and sterilization.
Tibetan Children are denied their right to education.
70% of Tibetans living in Tibet now are illiterate.
Arbitrary arrests, torture, intimidation and imprisonment without trial are the order of the day for Tibetans in their country.
Tibet has been divided into different parts and incorporated with Chinese provinces, thereby removing the existing Tibetan identity.
Thousands of Tibetans are still in prisons in China. Tibet’s natural resources and fragile ecology are irreversibly destroyed.
6 Million Tibetans have been outnumbered by 7.5 Million Chinese inducted into Tibet causing demographic disadvantage to Tibetans in their own country.
Human Rights Watch.
Human Rights First.
Poor Tibetan Children