All Comments for Push to Preserve the Tibetan Language in China

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jean michel from paris :

chao fei u guys can torture,kill and lie but our spirit for free tibet is getting more stronger.... i cant say stop lying coz u guys used to it... get well soon u sick RCP!!!!!

Apr 01, 2013 01:16 PM

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Wangchuk from NYC :

Chao Fei sounds like a member of the 50 Cent Party, paid to post pro-CCP messages online. Both Tibet & China are part of Asia, but Tibet historically has never been part of China. There is no historical evidence to support such a claim. Besides this article is about preserving the Tibetan language not about Tibet's history. There is nothing in RFA's article advocating Tibetan independence. Why is the CCP so defensive about any criticism of Chinese rule in Tibet? Why are they so insecure about the legitimacy of Chinese rule over Tibet? Does comrade Chao Fei think we Tibetans have no right to preserve our own language? Does he even know the PRC Constitution or the Regional Autonomy Law, both of which give Tibetans the right to promote & preserve their own language?

Feb 28, 2013 03:50 PM

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Albert from Bangkok :

It's good news that an endangered language has conscience of being in danger and does something about it.

Chao Fei your histerical comment is just that, a histerical comment.

Feb 28, 2013 06:16 AM

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Chao Fei from Detroit :

Absolutely another piece of anti-China junk. Tibet has always been a part of Asia. Why is RFA trying to separate Tibet from China?!

Dont worry your CIA propaganda is worth less and less because America is getting poorer and poorer.

Feb 26, 2013 02:41 AM

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