Tibet Essay

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TíbetEn el año mil novecientos cuarenta y nueve el ejército de China invadió al páis de Tíbet. A causa de que el budismo es la religion principal del país, la gente de Tíbet es pacífica porque tiene un respeto por la vida de los animales y las personas. Por eso el ejército de China pudo invadir a Tíbet fácilmente. Nadie se enteró de lo que estaba pasando en Tíbet hasta mil novecientos ochenta porque el gobierno comunista de China no dejaba que el mundo se enterara de que estaban violando los derechos humanos de la gente de Tíbet.Desde el año mil novcientos cuarenta y nueve, el gobierno comunista de China ha matado a más de 1.2 millones de tibetanos. Cuando China invade a un país siempre trata de cambiar la composición de la población. Por ejemplo, en el país de Manchuria hay veinte chinos por cada manchuriano. Ahorita hay 1.5 de chinos por cada tibetano. A causa dela matanza de 1.2 millones de tibetanos han cambiado la composición de la población de Tíbet.Además, en el año mil novecientos cincuenta y nueve, el Dalai Lama de Tíbet se escapó del país. Ahora está viviendo en India como un exiliado con el resto del gobierno tibetano. El Dalai Lama es el líder espiritual y político del país. India es el país adonde la mayoría de tibetanos se han escapado. Más de ciento veinte mil tibetanos se escaparon del país de sus padres.El gobierno de China no tiene ningún respeto por la gente de Tíbet o la de China. China ha forzado que las mujeres tibetanas tengan abortos y también que sean esterilizadas. Además, en...

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