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Diagram of Guo Wengui’s exposed connections. Photo: CDT

Chinese oliroperty tycoon Guo Wengui, who has suspected ties to China’s intelligence apparatus and is currently living in New York, began releasing allegations of corruption and division among top levels of the CCP in March.

Dr Lobsang Sangay (left), the Prime Minister of Tibet’s government in exile with Tibet’s spiritual leader, The Dalai Lama. Photo: PTI

Tibet’s PM-in-exile Lobsang Sangay says encouraged by Donald Trump’s stance on One China policy, remains hopeful of support to resolve Tibet issue peacefully.

Open up or break up, dissident Yang Jianli tells China. Photo: Catch News

Chinese dissident leader Yang Jianli, the moving force behind the Interfaith Conference of China’s ethnic and religious minorities in Dharamsala recently, is not unduly disturbed by the cancellation of visas of some dissident leaders by India.

Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay, the democratically elected political leader of the Tibetan people. Photo: TPI/Yeshe Choesang

Dharamshala — "As Sikyong, I open my doors to everybody. I don’t think anyone should say that I didn’t get to see the Sikyong because of ideological reasons," said Dr Lobsang Sangay, Dr Lobsang Sangay as Tibet's democratically elected political leader during an Exclusive Interview with the Tibet Post International (TPI).  Dr Sangay, the current Sikyong of the Central Tibetan Administration, completed its five-year term in April 2016.

Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru clasps hands as he and the Dalai Lama, god king of Tibet, meet at Nehru's New Delhi, India, residence on April 22, 1961, to discuss rehabilitating an estimated 50,000 refugees who fled Tibet when red China took over in 1959. The Dalai Lama is now living in exile in India. (AP)

This article originally appeared in the April 24, 1961, edition of U.S. News & World Report.
At a time when Communists are denouncing "colonialism" and "imperialism"—

Viacheslav Toloknov with Mr Penpa Tsering at the Tibetan Parliament in Exile. Photo: Tibet House Moscow

Originally published on December 3, 2014, Mr Penpa Tsering, Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile interview with an Russian journalist.
Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, Dharamshala, India (Speaker’s office)

Lama Tseta alias Lama Tsering Tashi. Photo: Boston Tibetan Truthful Public Talks

"It is the Chinese government that is behind the establishments of the so called Tibetan Public Talk and which bears the expenses. It is clear that the Chinese government bears all of the Tibetan Public talk and the demonstrations wherever HHDL visits."

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