The Guardian's editorial board describes slights to the Dalai Lama as "extremely distasteful" and calls on leaders to resist pressure from China.
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China is beset by a moral crisis, widespread corruption and lawlessness, leading millions of Chinese to seek solace in Buddhism, Tibet's exiled Buddhist leader, the Dalai Lama, said on Monday.
Apple has seemingly bowed to Chinese government pressure, removing iPhone apps relating to the Dalai Lama and Rebiya Kadeer, the latter an exiled leader of China's Uighur minority group, from sale through the Chinese version of the ...
His Holiness the Dalai Lama yesterday told Julian Borger of The Guardian that he fears China will be tougher on Tibet after this summer's Beijing Olympics. He believes Beijing is...
For China to find a successor to the Dalai Lama would be like former Cuban leader Fidel Castro choosing the pope, the political head of Tibet's exiles said on Tuesday, in response to comments by a senior Chinese official.