Connexion / Inscription
Construction d'une frise :
Sino Tibetan Conflict analysis
Paramètres de la frise
Afficher la frise
Voir les évènements par page de 15 éléments
Simla __ Convention
It recognizes both, Tibetan independence and Chinese influence
Mao Zedong proclaimed the founding __ of the Popular Republic of China
Propaganda: Tibet is a Chinese land and must be brought, willingly or unwillingly, into the bosom of the motherland.
Chinese army attacked Tibet
"Agreement on 17 points "
Tibetans send a delegation to negociate with the Chinese authorities.
One might think that 1951 marks the end of the conflict. But peace in Tibet, even under Chinese rule, has not yet emerged.
Dalai Lama went to Beijing
There he met Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai and other Chinese government officials. It is also on this occasion he met Nehru for the first time.
Dalai Lama take refuge in India
The occupation of Tibet become unsustainable provoked violent riots in 1959. The riots drove the Dalai Lama to flee. 1959 represents a turning point in the history of occupied Tibet. With the flight of the Dalai Lama in India and the violent suppression of riots, the Chinese policy changed completely.
It was a dark period for the whole of China but also for Tibet. Thousands of temples were destroyed or burned, monks and nuns were abused, the Tibetan people plunged into poverty.
Museum in Lhassa
In the 1990s, the Chinese are building a museum in Lhasa Tibet, as says one, it has always been Chinese.
A dialogue between the Tibetan government in exile and the Government of the People 's Republic of China began in 2002 on the basis of political pressure from independent bodies to Sino-Tibetan conflict in the form of short meetings between the envoys of the Dalai Lama emissaries and Beijing.
Protestation walk in response __ to "patriotic re-education"
Will follow a generalized to any historical Tibet uprising, lasting several months.
The events of 2008 reinforced the sense of identity of Tibetans and since they regularly express their national pride, says the French tibetologist Katia Buffetrille.
Page: 1 of 1 Records: 10