Dalai Lama’s Brother Slams Tougher Chinese Stance on Tibet – RFA

 English Tibetan Monks General200From Radio Free Asia:

Gyalo Dhondup, a brother of ’s exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, has lashed out at what he calls a “major shift in attitude” towards Tibet among Chinese officials.

“Chinese officials have launched an unprecedented wave of criticism of His Holiness the from May this year,” Gyalo Dhondup said during an extended call-in program on RFA’s Tibetan service.

“I am extremely worried and concerned about this shift in attitude of Chinese officials. All the past Chinese leaders such as Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin, Hu Yaobang, and Zhao Ziyang and even the past heads of the United Front never criticized the Dalai Lama in this manner,” he said.

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