Tibet: 78% Of Children Separated From Parents, Forced To Study In In Chinese Colonial Boarding Schools As Part Of ‘Sinicization’ Agenda

Tibet: 78% Of Children Separated From Parents, Forced To Study In In Chinese Colonial Boarding Schools As Part Of ‘Sinicization’ Agenda

Chinese government policies are forcing three out of four Tibetan students into a vast network of colonial boarding schools, separating 800,000-900,000 children aged 6-18 from their families and communities, according to a report by Tibet Action Institute, an advocacy group dedicated to advancing the Tibetan freedom movement.

The report says that these network of boarding schools are a cornerstone of Chinese president Xi Jinping’s campaign to eliminate Tibetan identity and supplant it with a Chinese nationalist identity in order to neutralize any resistance to Chinese Communist Party (CCP) rule.

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