lunedì 20 giugno 2011

Il ritiro del Dalai Lama: una farsa politica

Dalai Lama's Retirement: political farce
08:35, April 06, 2011
Dalai Lama's Retirement: political farce

The Dalai Lama urged his "parliament" to amend "Charter of the Tibetans in Exile" on Mar. 11, 2011, and called off "all of the administration work in the name of 'the Dalai Lama" .

This "Retirement Issue" soon became the spotlight among his Tibetan followers and western supporters. Later, the "parliament" announced to establish a panel to help realize the Dalai Lama's decree.

The panel proposed that "all administrative rights and liabilities" exercised by the Dalai Lama would be separated into 3 parts, including "cabinet in exile", "parliament in exile" and "the supreme court in exile", while the Dalai Lama had to instruct the "government in exile" on major issues.

But soon after the proposal got rejected since some "members of parliament" thought that "it has completely violated true aspiration of Tibetans in China and in exile". Some American journalists gave commentary that it is probable that Dalai Lama will finally "retain his post to obey the wills of the Tibetan people"……

"Retirement" shows the political identity of 14th Dalai Lama

A signed article by Yi Duo published on April 1 pointed out that the 14th Dalai Lama's "retirement" rhetoric was merely a political farce and a contemptible show.

The article notes that the quitting from the "political or administrative functions" of the 76-year-old Dalai Lama is a "slap on the face"toward the politicians of the U.S. and other western countries.

Obviously, since 1980s, western politicians have frequently met with the Dalai Lama, disregarding the strong objection of the Chinese government, with a high-sounding excuse: the Dalai Lama is "a respectable religious leader".

When western politicians mean to label the Dalai Lama's recent political move as "democratic", it is probably because they have not realized that the Dalai Lama's "retirement" is simply sarcasm to their long held pretext.

Despite the Dalai Lama's separatist and violent terrorist activities which in fact have already revealed his identity as a political exile, Yi Duo, the writer of this article takes a look at the articles of the "Charter of the Tibetans-in-Exile", which specially prescribe the political rights of the Dalai Lama.

The article says, the prescribed political rights of the lama have far exceeded the power of any political leader on earth.

This "Charter" made in 1991 stipulates in Article 3: This Charter … assented to by the Dalai Lama shall come into force on the day appointed by the Dalai Lama, and the future Tibetan polity shall …through the dual system of government;

Article 19 stipulates that the executive power shall be vested in the Dalai Lama, and shall be exercised by Him, either directly or through officers subordinate to Him. In particular, the Dalai Lama shall execute his power of the chief executive of the Tibetan government: approve and promulgate bills and regulations prescribed by the 'Tibetan Assembly'… dissolve or suspend the 'Tibetan Assembly'… dissolve the Kashag or remove a Kalon or Kalons.

Article 29 stipulates that the Dalai Lama may, in cases of an emergency, dissolve the Kashag or remove a Kalon or Kalons, including the Chief Kalon, as the case may be."

Article 30 stipulates that all executive business of the Tibetan Administration shall be conducted in the name of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Besides, according to Article 97, 101 and 107, heads of some crucial functions of the "Tibetan Administration in Exile"… may be appointed by the Dalai Lama, such as "the Chief Commissioner of the 'Tibetan Central Election Commission', the Chairman of the 'Public Service Commission'and the Auditor General of the independent 'Tibetan Audit Commission.'

Based on the analysis of the role designed for the Dalai Lama in the "Charter", which till now is in full effect in the Dalai clique, the article says "the so-called 'Tibet Administration in Exile' is anything but 'democracy, freedom, human rights".

It is convincing to believe that other than fitting to the western "universal values", the "Tibet Administration in Exile"is absolutely a totalitarian autarchy dominated by a gang of illegal theocratic enthusiasts who were led by the Dalai Lama as the ringleader.

What makes the Dalai Lama a spiritual leader and a practical controller? What makes the Dalai Lama and his followers an international "brand"? The reason lies in that he has had the supreme right a descended from the feudal serfdom of old Tibet in the past decades plus some western politicians have euphemized, advocated and supported his political influence. In other words, without the leadership of the Dalai Lama could his followers- a bunch of political and religious power holders- never carry on for another single day!

When the Dalai Lama proposed "retirement", Samdhong Rinpoche, chief Kalon of the clique, immediately stated that they had no capability to take over the government without the Dalai Lama. His "ambassador" to the United States of America also admitted that his leadership would not change even if he retired and that there would be no need to state it so clearly in black and white.

The western media and scholars generally believe that the Dalai Lama will probably pull strings behind the scenes to influence the political policy on overseas Tibetans and that as long as he lives he will always hold the absolute leadership.

Clearly, calling the Dalai Lama merely a "religious leader" is just an excuse for some western politicians to meet him. Even the Dalai clique and its western supporters never believe such a word.

Why 14th Dalai Lama wants to "retire"?

It is obvious that the Dalai Lama's "retirement" is merely a farce to protect him when he realized the situation was against him. For example, the so-called "cabinet" resigned and the "parliament"was forced to dismiss in 1991 due to a series of violence triggered by the frequent exposures of corruption of the Dalai clique.

To ease the conflict, the Dalai Lama declared that he would "semi-retire" form post. However, the fact proved that the Dalai Lama still has the final say in all major decisions of the Dalai clique.

In 2008, the internal contradiction of the Dalai clique became even worse after their failures to sabotage the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, so the Dalai Lama again put forward his "semi-retirement" and planed to retire totally.

As expected, the convention strongly urged him not to retire. Taking the advantage, the Dalai Lama announced he would not retire and continued to serve Tibetan people in his lifetime.

As he wishes, his trick of "concession" makes a great coup.

In this way, the Dalai Lama can not only win "consistent support" from his followers but also help his followers to avoid being marginalized in the world.

The French leading newspaper Le Monde and the British newspaper The Guardian commented that the Dalai Lama's action has made him much more popular in the west than before.

The "retirement"of the Dalai Lama is another move to realize the political power transition and keep the "government in exile" running. Ever since he fled aboard after his failure of military rebellion in 1959, the Dalai Lama has never stopped pursuing the so-called "Tibetan Independence". But till now, the Dalai Lama is aged with the years while the "Tibet Independence" is still in an indefinite future, shadowed the Dalai Clique with anxieties and disappointment.

In the letter the Dalai Lama wrote to his "parliament", he expressed his worries and concerns about the fate of his "government in exile"during post-Dalai period and urged to adopt the new system right away. Here the Dalai Lama told the truth that "retirement" is to help other Tibet separatists create a favorable condition, in case that some day "When the tree falls, the monkeys will scatter away".

Will Dalai Lama really retire?

As a matter of fact, the 14th Dalai Lama has issued his statement about "retirement" many times, but failed to keep his promise again and again, which indicates that he is unwilling to retreat from his post as a political manipulator at all.

According to his statement issued on a press conference held in India's Kalimpong on Dec. 14, 2010, he meant to retire from administrative affairs only. In his opinion, the 14th Dalai Lama will no longer sign for things such as managing the items of an account or making an announcement about holding a conference, just like "president" of a nation. And that is all about of his "retirement".

This time in his letter to the "parliament", the 14th Dalai Lama only vaguely proposed to amend the "Charter for Tibetans in exile", while ignoring key articles about the theocracy system, his status and power entirely.

In contrast, he expressed that he would never abandon public affairs when confronting "significant difficulties". Actually, he aims to set aside enough space in advance for him to participate in international affairs in the amended "charter".

In fact, to retire or not is out of Dalai Lama's own decision. If he refuse to take any further part in Tibetan affairs, how about those guys who lived on "independence of Tibet" led by him?

At the end of last year, the Dalai Lama expressed that he will "completely retire within six months", while, the "government in exile" made an announcement on Dec. 10 to entreat the Dalai Lama to continue to act as apolitical and religious leader of Tibet and stop thinking about and making any speech about retirement; on the same day, "president"of the "government in exile" said Dalai Lama's speech about his retirement made all Tibetans sleepless with no appetite. He also requested the Dalai Lama not to think about retirement.

After the Dalai Lama delivered his "resignation letter", Samdhong immediately asked his "parliament in exile" to seriously discuss a group of questions on Mar. 15, such as "Will the Dalai Lama's retirement decrease Tibet issue's international influence?", "Will the people in and out of Tibet deem Tibetan government in exile as legally representative?", "Will the talk with Chinese government go on?", etc. In a word, without Dalai Lama, the question will be whether the group can feed themselves or not.

We can say that whether the Dalai Lama retires or not, the political nature of the Dalai Lama and his followers' theocracy and splittism will never change, the factual status of the Dalai Lama among his followers will never change. If his retirement can really bring back the downfall destiny of Dalai Lama's clique, the Dalai Lama would have retired long before. Why would he even bother holding up his position till today? Therefore, we don't have to take the Dalai Lama's retirement so seriously.

Recently, the Dalai Lama once again said that: "Forty years ago, I was told by a foreteller that I can live as long as 113. And also, A Tibetan book stated 100 years ago that one person in today's world has the luck to live for 113 years, I think that person should be me. "It appears that the Dalai Lama----"son of India", made up his mind to go on his farce for a while. However, people are interested in how the Dalai Lama will end his farce this year.From: China Tibet Online

Gli accessi a Internet dei tibetani

Tibet has 1.2 million Internet users
16:09, May 03, 2011
Tibet located on the “roof of the world” appears to be no longer remote and “solitary” thanks to the spreading popularity and linkage of the Internet.

The number of Internet users in Tibet reached 1.2 million as of the end of 2010, including 104,000 broadband Internet users and 1.1 million mobile Internet users, according to the latest data released by the Communications Administration Bureau of Tibet Autonomous Region.

The Internet has become the most convenient channel for interactive communications between Tibet and the world. Seemingly not worth mentioning compared with 450 million Internet users and 277 million mobile Internet users in China, the number of Tibet’s Internet users is significant because it accounts for about 50 percent of Tibet’s total population of 2.8 million.

Tibet has shaken off its backwardness and gradually embarked on the road of reform, opening-up and development 60 years ago.

Thanks to more than 30 years of market-oriented reforms, Tibet has had new development opportunities. Searching various types of information online using search engines, frequently exchanging ideas using instant messaging as well as learning and receiving training, making stock transactions and arranging travel plans through the Internet has all become part of the daily lives of the Tibetan people.

“The rapid development of Tibet’s communications industry has shortened the distance between Tibet and the inland regions as well as between Tibet and the world. Tibet is no longer remote from the world,” said Zhang Qingli, Party secretary of Tibet Autonomous Region.

By People's Daily Online

Official: the Dalai Lama's new 'prime minister' illegitimate

Official: the Dalai Lama's new 'prime minister' illegitimate
08:19, April 29, 2011
"The problem for any 'prime minister' is that, compared to the Dalai Lama, he enjoys little name recognition outside the specialized Tibetan circles, and that will be a difficult dynamic to shift," Sautman said.

Born in the tea-growing region of Darjeeling in India in 1968, Sangay has never lived in or visited Tibet. He arrived in the US in 1995 after receiving a fulbright scholarship to Harvard University, the BBC reported.

According to Reuters, Sangay could be more radical than the Dalai Lama. He earlier hinted that he could move beyond the Dalai Lama's "middle way" policy of seeking "Tibet independence." His appointment could also stave off a possible crisis of "leadership" when the Dalai Lama dies.

China has rejected the "middle way" policy as it flies in the face of the country's constitution and law.

The "election" also reminded people of the Dalai Lama's past attempts at nominating a successor by himself.

In order to retain the influence of his "exiled government," despite his intention of leaving his political role, the Dalai Lama once proposed changing the way his reincarnation was chosen, including selecting the figure while he is alive.

Traditionally, the Dalai Lama's successor has to be a boy containing his "reincarnated soul" born after his death, chosen by a committee of lamas through a lot-drawing ceremony. The reincarnation should also be approved by China's central government.

Shingtsa Tenzinchodrak, a living Buddha for Tibetan Buddhism, said the Dalai Lama's self-declared retirement was a sheer "self-directed and played out farce."

"The Shakyamuni Buddha required Buddhists to pursue spiritual improvement, rather than meddle in politics. But the Dalai Lama has long engaged in activities that aim to split China," Tenzinchodrak told the Xinhua News Agency.

Hu Yan, a professor specializing in Tibet affairs with the Party School of the Central Committee of the CPC told the Global Times that Sangay's appointment might be the result of some groups who were disappointed by the aging Dalai Lama's failure to meet their political expectations.

"After all, Sangay is a secular figure who is not eligible to become the next Dalai Lama. And if the Dalai Lama chooses a successor by himself, it will be a blow to his credibility among his followers," Hu said.

"As an educated young scholar, I think Sangay should have his own judgment of Tibet's history, current situation and future, unless he is happy to be swung by Western distortions on the issue," Hu added.

From: Global Times

Chi rende complicata "la questione tibetana"?

Who made the 'Tibet Issue' complicated?
08:02, April 07, 2011
Recently, the 14th Dalai Lama openly claimed that "Tibet Issue" has become more complicated due to the Chinese government's policies, but it turns out to be another lie of the Dalai Lama.

First, let's take a look back, and see how the Dalai Lama and his separatist follwers faked their story by completely twisting the historical facts.

When a preparatory committee was founded in 1956 to arrange work for the establishment of Tibet Autonomous Region, the central government announced that the democratic reform in Tibet would not be put into practice within six years.

At the time, some upper-class reactionaries in Tibet proposed to keep feudal serfdom under the theocracy forever. Also, they were incited by the imperialist U.S. and British governments, starting their scheme to separate Tibet from the motherland.

In March 1959, misguided by the rumor that "the Han wants to arrest the Dalai Lama", some innocent Tibetans, abetted by such conspirers, started to gather and an armed rebellion was thus ignited.

Fleeing from Lhasa, the 14th Dalai Lama declared the establishment of "Independent State of Tibet" in Lhoka. Later, he fled abroad.

Now, we have clearly seen that it is the Dalai Lama's separatist scheme that factually stirred up the so-called "Tibet Issue".

Then, let's turn our eyes on the past six decades. It is really impressive that Tibet has made such substantial progress in various aspects, thanks to increasing investment from the central government.

Statistics indicates that from 1959 to 2008, the transferred fiscal support to Tibet from the central government totaled 201.9 billion yuan. Particularly, in recent years, 90 out of every 100 yuan of spending in Tibet has come from the central finance.

Again, look at the Dalai Lama and his followers. They've come with no idea on how to improve Tibetans' livelihood or on how to develop Tibet. Instead, they've tried persistently to obstruct the development of Tibet including, making groundless accusations, harassing the international community from any participation in the modernization and development of Tibet.

The14th Dalai Lama and his followers have fabricated rumors to demonize Tibet and advocated the so-called extirpation of Tibetan culture. Tibetan separatists have for many times harassed activities of the Chinese Delegation of Tibetan Culture Exchange because they have showed the true picture of Tibet to the world and gave the Dalai Lama a terrific slap on the face.

So what is the nature of the "Tibet Issue"? There is no such a thing as "Tibet Issue" before the Opium War in 1840. It was a result of the imperialist invasion to China. In 1941, the British imperialism plotted "Simla Conference" and created "McMahon Line", an illegal boundary line which encroached a large land of Tibet; the American imperialism announced at the same time that "the U.S. would provide all the weapons after Tibet's independence"; in 1947, Britain once again planned the "Pan Asia Conference", striving to separate Tibet from China but failed due to the strong opposition from the Chinese government and people.

Those historical facts, especially the current political and economic situation in the whole world indicate that some western countries, regardless of other countries' sovereignty, independence and interests, have overthrown other governments and stirred up troubles just for their own interests. On the other hand, the Dalai Lama and his followers, acting in collusion with Western anti-China forces, oppose their own country and become traitors finally. In this sense, the Dalai Lama and the people behind him are to blame since they are the real maker of the "Tibet Issue".

From: China Tibet Online

Qual è il problema del Tibet?

What is Tibet's problem?
08:30, April 20, 2011
In March, 2011, the 14th Dalai Lama repeated the so-called Tibet issue, just as he does annually. With nothing new, he made another instigation.

I would then like to analyze one of his statements such as " there is a problem in Tibet".

Is there any problem in China's Tibet? The answer is yes. I dare to say that no system in the world proves to be perfect.

As a region of China, Tibet lags behind of China's inland provinces and cities due to many factors: its social system was transformed relatively later and its economic development started relatively slowly; it has harsh geographic conditions, and it is comparatively scarce in human resources.

Nevertheless, what is the problem in Tibet raised by the 14th Dalai Lama who claimed to "retire"? According to him, almost all actions and speeches related to Tibet are monitored, and overseas Tibetans and the international community are not allowed to find "facts" in Tibet.

Here is the rerun of some historical scenes: In March 14th Riots in 2008, 5 girls of both Tibetan and Han ethnic groups in the "Yichun" dress store were killed by a fire ignited by rioters; a Tibetan doctor named Losang Tsering was beaten by stones when treating an ethnic Han boy, and suffered from cerebral concussion with his cheekbone fractured; rioters sliced off ears of Feng Bixia, a businesswoman near the Barkor Street as she tried to save two Tibetan boys...

Such appalling accidents frequently happened in Tibetan-inhabited areas of Sichuan Province, Gansu Province, etc.

A Lhasa woman who had got involved in the riots admitted that she "was threatened by villains", news reported. Public information indicated that separatists overseas directly participated in commanding the March 14 Riots. If the government hadn't taken any necessary measures, those splittists would have continued to cause violence and instability in Tibetan areas because they attempted to stir up disturbance.

Anyone who knows about Tibetan history is clear that the Dalai clique has never stopped fabricating events in Tibetan-inhabited areas since they fled abroad in 1959.

In this sense, it was a must to take measures to keep Tibet's stability so that the social stability would be maintained and people's life, safety and property would be protected.

An increasing number of tourists from home and abroad every year enjoy their trips in Tibet without worrying about the so-called "monitoring". Someone may like to be "supervised" so as to keep such accident as the March 14 Riots away. I myself am one of them.

The other statement about Tibet issue that the 14th Dalai Lama makes often is that Tibetans abroad and the international community should be allowed to see the fact if Tibet doesn't have any problem.

At first sight, how anxious they are to seek political transparency and democracy as well as internationalization!

Let's take a look at what happened in Tibet. In 2009, tourists from abroad reached 175,000, among which over 192 were political figures, 120 were correspondents. And in 2010, the number of tourists from abroad reached 228,000 with 175 political figures and 128 correspondents. Shouldn't they be counted as people from foreign countries?

Some years ago, a senator from the U.S. went to Tibet, pretending as a "tourist" to dig out "truth" about Tibet. Did his trip really help him find out Tibet's "truth" so as to promote Tibet's political advancement and improve locals' livelihood? No. Instead, his trip not only exaggerated U.S. Congress's distortions about the Tibet issue, but also increased the American public's misunderstanding about Tibet.

Therefore, we should raise the following questions: who on earth helped Tibet take on a new look? Who on earth promoted Tibet's per capita GDP? And who on earth made Tibetans feel much happier? It's the Chinese Central Government, the Tibetan policy it adopts, and many approaches it has taken to aid Tibet.

Recently, the Chinese Central Government and the Local Government of Tibet Autonomous Region has invited numerous foreign researchers, scholars, and correspondents to visit Tibet, including reporters from the U.S. and U.K. who “care” much about Tibet.

So, what do the Dalai Lamas really mean about "the international community"? Checking out on different stories they told and they're telling, it suddenly struck us that the so-called "international community" is its own organizations pursuing for Tibet independence or some international organizations which support the "Tibet independence". Therefore, should we Chinese people really pay attention to those people and invite them to come to Tibet?

The Dalai Lama abandoned his motherland to India over 50 years ago. Up until now, he has done nothing but given dozens of his annual speeches on March 10th, preached Tibet Independence and cursed his own country.

In the past half century, the Dalai Lama not only changed his mother-child relationship with China but also vowed to his "mother" India that Tibet belonged to India so as to curry favor with her.

Padma Choling, Chairman of Tibet Autonomous Region once pointed out if there is a problem in Tibet, it is the face-off between people of all ethnic groups of China and the Tibetan separatists represented by the Dalai Lama.

In the process of building a society with the moderate level of prosperity and accelerating the socialist modernization drive, China, no doubt will have many problems, so will Tibet as a part of China. But the most pressing one is that whether China will unswervingly oppose the "issues" the Dalai clique have plotted in order to prevent themselves from being marginalized, and whether China will avoid the possibility that a small number of the Dalai followers use their internationally promoted Tibet issues in return for their own benefits.From: China Tibet Online

La pacifica liberazione del Tibet distrugge i tentativi di separare il Tibet dalla Cina

Official: Peaceful liberation of Tibet destroys attempts to separate Tibet from China
12:56, May 13, 2011
As the 60th anniversary of the "17 Point Agreement for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet" is approaching, Zhu Weiqun, executive vice minister of the United Front Work Department under the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CCCPC), gave an exclusive interview to "China's Tibet Magazine."

Tibet's peaceful liberation makes Tibet's separation from China impossible

Reporter: May 23, 2011 is the 60th anniversary of the "Agreement between the Central People's Government and the Tibetan Local Government on the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet," also known as the "17 Point Agreement for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet." How would you rate this historical event?

Zhu: The peaceful liberation of Tibet is a major event of the Chinese people's liberation led by the Communist Party of China (CPC), and is also a major event in the history of the Chinese nation that has struggled for national unity over the past more than 100 years.

The foremost significance of the peaceful liberation of Tibet lies in that it destroyed the attempts of imperialists and a minority of upper-class Tibetans to separate Tibet from China and accomplished the complete liberation and unification of the Chinese mainland.

It is generally known that Tibet has been a part of China's territory since ancient times. China's central government has exercised direct jurisdiction over Tibet since the Yuan Dynasty. Western imperialist forces had coveted the occupation of Tibet since the start of modern times. British imperialists launched two military invasions of Tibet in 1888 and 1904 and once occupied Lhasa during the second invasion.

However, they found that Tibet's local governments and residents were loyal to China's central government and they would fail to separate Tibet from China through only military means. Therefore, they cultivated pro-British forces among a minority of upper-class Tibetans and urged them to gain "independence."

The word for "independence" did not exist in the Tibetan language before the invasion of British imperialists. When the Chinese people's liberation war was about to succeed, American and British imperialists as well as a majority of upper-class Tibetans were aware that they would likely lose the last opportunity for Tibet's "independence," so they initiated a series of separatist events such as expelling the Han Chinese from Tibet, seeking to turn the "independence of Tibet" into "an established fact" before the arrival of the Communist Party of China.

Their illusion was completely shattered following the PLA's triumph in the battle of Qamdo, the signing of the "17 Point Agreement for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet" and the PLA’s peaceful entrance into Tibet.

The peaceful liberation of Tibet was the outcome of the Chinese people's more than 100 years of struggle for national unification and dignity, and it also rules out the possibility of separating Tibet from China.

Eight years after the peaceful liberation, a significant democratic reform was carried out in Tibet. Serfdom was abolished and socialism was introduced in the region. Given the specific conditions in Tibet, the "17 Point Agreement for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet" specifies that the central government should not change the existing political system in Tibet or the established status of the Dalai Lama.

Reforms in Tibet should be free of coercion from the central government, and should be carried out by the local government only according to the will of the Tibetan people. The central government fulfilled its promises, but a few upper-class Tibetans did not want any reforms at all and hence started an armed rebellion. As a result, the democratic reform was implemented in Tibet ahead of schedule.

Without the peaceful liberation of Tibet, the magnificent democratic reform would not have happened. Without the help of PLA, the Tibetan serfs would not have learned about the policies of the CPC or have shared in the fruits of the reforms. The groundwork for democratic reform built a solid foundation during the eight years after the peaceful liberation. Public support, a large number of capable cadres and great military deterrence all made the reform achievable. The success of the democratic reform in Tibet has made it completely impossible to reverse historical trends and to restore the feudal serfdom under theocracy.

The Dalai Clique and the hostile Western forces behind it must feel uncomfortable seeing the prosperous development of all Chinese ethnic groups including Tibetans. If they still think it is possible to separate Tibet from China, they may continue to try as they have done in vain many times. However, I firmly believe they will end up like those who tried to sabotage the peaceful liberation or those who launched armed rebellions.

By People's Daily Online

martedì 24 maggio 2011

Le minoranze etniche celebrano il 60° anniversario della liberazione pacifica del Tibet

Oggi, 23 maggio, si celebra il 60° anniversario della liberazione pacifica del Tibet. Le diverse minoranze etniche si sono riunite nella Piazza del Potala a Lhasa, issando la bandiera nazionale, cantando l'inno nazionale, ed offrendo fiori al monumento commemorativo per la liberazione pacifica del Tibet.
Secondo le statistiche, nel 2010, il prodotto interno lordo del Tibet ha raggiunto 50,7 miliardi di yuan, aumentando di 34 volte rispetto a quello del 1959.