All Comments for China Orders Prayer Flags Taken Down in Tibet in an Assault on Culture, Faith

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Wangchuk :

Some of the commentators here are clearly Chinese/CCP agents/apologists. Prayer flags are part of Tibetan culture & religion. Forcing Tibetans to take them down are a violation of Tibetan religious freedoms & is part of the CCP's war against Tibetan religion. There is no genuine religious & political freedom in Chinese-occupied Tibet.

Jun 26, 2020 02:31 PM

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marie_thérese pelletier from Chalon sur Saône :

Keep Tibet green!! What a good government have Tibet

Jun 22, 2020 08:11 PM

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Sylvie Sauvenière from Brussels :

Unfortunately they have started making the prayer flags from nylon and polyester fibers which are not bio-degradable like the old ones were.

Jun 20, 2020 07:04 AM

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Solala :

I\m afraid that is not true...they take down perfectly good ones as is all a part of the government's process of eradicating traditional Tibetan culure...much as the US did to its own native culture...

Jun 18, 2020 11:48 PM

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Verena from Amherst :

It is horrible of the Chinese Government to further hurt and diminish/destroy beloved Tibetan Culture

Jun 18, 2020 08:43 PM

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Daniel from Los Altos USA :

Note that not all prayer flags are removed; only in certain places. I have been in Tibet twice, traveling by car both the northern as well as the southern route from Chengdu and I can tell you that the prayer flags are a environmental nightmare. As they age and weather they fall off and clutter the rivers, the mountain sides, the valleys, the meadows.
China's government just wants to clean up and keep Tibet green.

Jun 17, 2020 11:49 PM

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