Chinese writer brings out her book on Tibetans
Dharamsala, Mar 1 (ANI): The Tibetan's Women Association (TWA) has released a book titled 'Response to China's White Paper on Protection of Tibetan Culture' written by a Chinese writer.
The author of the book, Zhu Rui, who was born in China and is now based in Canada, lived and worked in Tibet for several years. She was also present at the event that took place on Saturday.
Zhu previously has authored a book and written multiple summaries during hertint as the author of the magazine 'Tibetan Literature'.
B Tsering Yeshi, the TWA President, said the book was aimed at educating the global community, especially the Chinese, about the situation and struggle of Tibetans.
"TWA recognizes that the information is best disseminated through literature and houses plethora of publications that seek to serve our goal of educating the global community especially the Chinese nationality about the situation, struggle and the spirit of Tibet and the Tibetan people," said Yeshi.
China has controlled Tibet since People's Liberation Army troops marched into the region in 1950 and Beijing considers Tibet as an integral part of its territory.
Tibetans living in exile contend that Chinese atrocities have increased since the Tibetan uprising in Lhasa in March 2008, whereas China blames the Dalai Lama led clique for instigating unrest in that region. (ANI)