I Want to See Tibet Freed In My Lifetime

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 62 People

    Prayer Flags

    This is a poem that I wrote about my ex-husband who is Tibetan. I still love him very much, but I couldn't stay with him. He suffers from ptsd which he refuses to get treatment for, due to the horrors he experienced in Chinese occupied Tibet. His father was murdered by the CCP...
    annabelle334 annabelle334
    2 Responses Oct 26, 2013

    Unfortunately,this Is A Very Sad Wish.

     I visited Tibet about 20 years ago. It was not easy to enter Tibet, because China had very strict rules, But somehow I managed to enter. At that time I just can say, that it was already clear to me, that China NEVER will leave Tibet. I have hope every time, when Tibet or...
    Ed001 Ed001
    70+, M
    4 Responses Oct 13, 2009

    I'm writing an analytical essay regarding the

    illegal occupation of China in Tibet. So far, the more I research about China's invasion of Tibet, the more I'm repulsed by their actions. China sees Tibet not as a country with its own history, culture, language, and identity. They see Tibet as a commodity.Tibet's rivers supply...
    glassbonespaperskin glassbonespaperskin
    22-25, F
    Feb 9, 2016

    FREE Tibet

    Tibet must be free. Chinese government stop the torture and imprisonment of monks and nuns. Freedom to practise religion in Tibet. See 'Free Tibet' website.
    Spiritman Spiritman
    26-30, M
    2 Responses Apr 4, 2008

    Everyone Deserves Freedom

    Specially those who live in Tibet
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort
    36-40, F
    2 Responses Jul 14, 2009

    The Way It Should Be Vs the Way It Is...

    Tibet is a peaceful, non-violent nation. That is why they were conqured.  Much like the peaceable hindus that were slaughtered by both the British and the Muslims.  Ideally, peaceful societys should be protected from such atrocities by armed, "honorable"...
    IcarusFalling IcarusFalling
    31-35, M
    Jul 15, 2009

    Not Going to Happen

    This is extremely sad. The whole issue right now is one of economics. While China is the one of the world's biggest spenders, not one free market society will support Tibet. Sadly, this will prevail for the next 10 to 20 years at least. So, I shall probably not see a free...
    bcj bcj
    51-55, M
    6 Responses Jul 25, 2009
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