the guardian: ‘They took everyone from me’: anger lingers 60 years after Tibet crackdown

‘They took everyone from me’: anger lingers 60 years after Tibet crackdown
the guardian

Nyarong Atti fought against Chinese rule but now follows developments in his homeland helplessly from afar Every year on 10 March, Nyarong Atti spends the day praying for Tibetans around the world. He offers pujas, or prayers, to those who, like him, fled to India after the People’s Liberation Army crushed protesters in Lhasa. The crackdown ended a fledgling rebellion against Chinese rule and sent the Dalai Lama into exile. Thousands of Tibetans surrounded the Dalai Lama’s palace in Lhasa 60 Read the full story

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