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How the World see Tibet uprising

Tibetans are rising up.Lhasa is tense.Protests culminated into riots have spread to Labrang and Machu, Repkong and Ngapa in the Tibetan province of Amdo (Gansu, Qinghai and Sichuan respectively), Lithang in Kham province (Sichuan) and Phenpo in TAR.
Tibet an ancient Buddhist spiritual heritage practicing the religion from ages finds their freedom curtailed with Chinese authorities taking control of their acts and declaring Tibet not an independent but part of China. Cultural differences and Tibet authorities restricting the freedom of the people and their way of life has given rise to the modern Tibetan youths that there has been a sense that something angry was brewing in their minds.

Tibetans living in exile in India have launched a March to Tibet as part of the Tibetan People's Uprising Movement. This historic Movement aims to revive the spirit of the Tibetan national uprising of 1959, and by engaging in nonviolent direct action, bring about an end to China's illegal occupati…