Chinese supporters visit exile Tibetan parliament

Speaker Khenpo Sonam Tenphel with Chinese supporters. (Photo courtesy;
Speaker Khenpo Sonam Tenphel with Chinese supporters. (Photo courtesy;

(, Oct01, 2017) – A delegation of Chinese supporters of the Tibet campaign visited the Tibetan parliament in exile at Dharamshala, India, on Sep 29, said the exile Tibetan administration on its website Sep 29. The report did not say who the Chinese were or where they had come from, other than naming three of them as Tang Ye Mang, Ko Chan and Hong Chen Shun.

They were apparently from Europe as they were stated to be accompanied by the Chinese Coordinator at the Office of Tibet, Switzerland, Mr Lobsang Nyima, and the Chairman of the China-Tibet Friendship Society Europe Mr Lobsang Wangdue.

Photos of meeting with the exile Tibetan parliament’s Speaker, Khenpo Sonam Tenphel, showed the delegation to consist of six members.

The Speaker was stated to have expressed concern over the degeneration of Tibetan language and culture due to the hardline policies of the Chinese government, the historical relationship between China and Tibet, and on related matters.

The visitors were stated to have lauded the party-less system of the exile Tibetan democracy and also spoken on the importance of preserving Tibetan Buddhism and culture by the Tibetan people.


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