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China Separating 4-year-old Kids From Parents For Indoctrination In Tibet: Report
December 21, 2021January 21, 2022
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China Separating 4-year-old Kids From Parents For Indoctrination In Tibet: Report

Original Article: https://www.republicworld.com/world-news/rest-of-the-world-news/china-separating-4-year-old-kids-from-parents-for-indoctrination-in-tibet-report.html A recent report by the Tibet Action Institute has revealed China’s vast system of ‘colonial boarding schools’ inside Tibet, where children as young as four are separated from their parents. As per the report titled, ‘Separated from their families, hidden from the world- China’s vast system of colonial boarding schools inside Tibet’, Chinese government policies are...

China’s huge system of colonial boarding schools in Tibet is exposed by Tibet Action Institute.
December 10, 2021January 21, 2022
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China’s huge system of colonial boarding schools in Tibet is exposed by Tibet Action Institute.

Original Article: https://www.tibetanjournal.com/chinas-huge-system-of-colonial-boarding-schools-in-tibet-is-exposed-by-tibet-action-institute/ Dharamshala, 10th December: China’s enormous system of colonial boarding schools inside Tibet, which removes children as young as four from their parents, was revealed in research released on Tuesday by Tibet Action Institute. “Separated from their families, hidden from the world – China’s massive system of colonial boarding schools within Tibet,” according...

Boarding Schools for Tibet’s Nearly 1 Million Children Erasing Native Language, Culture: NGO Report
December 9, 2021January 21, 2022
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Boarding Schools for Tibet’s Nearly 1 Million Children Erasing Native Language, Culture: NGO Report

Original Article: https://www.visiontimes.com/2021/12/09/boarding-schools-for-tibets-nearly-1-million-children-erasing-native-language-culture-ngo-report.html A report released by the The Tibet Action Institute (TAI) on Dec. 7 describes how children in Tibet as young as four have been forced into attending a vast boarding school system created by the Chinese regime. Students in these schools receive a “politicized” education, mainly in Chinese, and are unable to practice Tibetan...

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