Tibetan Broadcasters Ordered To Wear Fur – Radio Free Asia

From the Radio Free Asia (link):

Chinese authorities in the Amdo Tibetan region of northwest China have ordered Tibetan broadcasters to add fur trimmings to their traditional clothing, in an apparent jab at an anti-fur movement inspired by ’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.

Che Xizhen, head of the Qinghai provincial propaganda department, and Rinchen Gyal, head of the provincial Communist Party’s ideology-focused United Front Work Department, visited the Qinghai television station, where they announced that Tibetan-language broadcasters must wear fur-lined traditional Tibetan clothing, a source close to the station said.

See also “Tibetans burn skins at Dalai Lama’s call” by the Science Daily

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