All Comments for Destruction at Larung Gar Greater Than Earlier Reported

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Sangye Pema from Los Angeles :

So sad to see the Chinese Authorities doing this especially when this institute is providing the dharma to many Han chinese students. And as the article said the institute is bridging the divide between the Han and Tibetan peoples.

Jul 10, 2017 11:26 AM

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Wangchuk from NY :

The guy with the inflated ego calling himself "Friend of King Gesar" is clearly a member of China's 50 Cent Party. These people are paid by the CCP to post pro-CCP propaganda online & defend the CCP's policies. The CCP has tens of thousands of propaganda people in China & around the world. The CCP spends millions of dollars on foreign propaganda alone. Clearly religous freedom and the rights of Tibetans are of no concern to this man. The CCP is violating the religious freedoms of Tibetans & students at Larung Gar. It is undisputable.

Jun 23, 2017 02:59 PM

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Friend of King Gesar :

Would someone please enlighten me how human waste, garbage collection, water distribution, fire prevention, and housing allocation/rent collection (was the monastery or some other intermediary the landlord?)were handled at Larung Gar before the demolition began. From the aerial photographs it looks like one large monastery in the midst of many hundreds of squatter hut-like structures with no visible evidence of any sanitation infrastructure or proper road access/exit in case of emergencies. In other words, to my urban, Asian eyes, it looks like a disaster waiting to happen. But this website and the majority of those people writing about Larung Gar see the disaster as the demolition. Is everything so clearly black and white?

Jun 23, 2017 10:33 AM

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