The Disaffection of Tibetans
Sonam Wongdue, Voice of Tibet
Since the Communist Party of China invaded Tibet in 1951 and annexed it to the People’s Republic of China, the Chinese central government has had to deal with a series of violent uprisings from Tibetans demanding more equitable treatment. We speak to Sonam Wangdue about the history of Tibet and the daily challenges of everyday Tibetan as documented in his film Banned Expression.
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