In the 1940-1950's, Tibet was being invaded by Mao Zedong, the chairman of the Chinese Communist Party and leader of the People's Republic of China, in order for Tibet to become a Democratic Government and to take over full power. Mao Zedong is absolute filled with selfishness and irresponsibility as well he believes that it is good to kill, he promotes violence.China made it it's goal to achieve a full democratic nation and rebuild Tibet from all it's ancient buildings as well as destroy Dharma.
The Chinese Government as well states that Tibet is a region belonging to China, but it has never been. Zedong plans to demolish all the monasteries and execute monks. With Demolishing monasteries means they had to get rid of many monks. China got rid of monks by throwing them into ditches alive and being either buried, thrown rocks or shot. It also results in the destruction of the Tibetan culture and their former beliefs of Buddhism.
In the following video you are going to get informed to as why China hates Tibet. Do to all the information as of China's motivation to rule Tibet and the upcoming devastation that the Chinese Government causes, it covers the main details to why China would really target Tibet. Begin the video at 0:20 seconds to 2:00 seconds.
Tibet under China
Dalai Lama Current
The Dalai Lama is an inspiring peaceful catalyst, a spiritual leader throughout the world. He has changed the many lives of people of all ages, inspiring them to find their inner peace and prevent any violence from one another. Lama travels the world speaking to people, the purpose of his visits and his activities are to promote his proposal of Tibet Independence. Hoping that his proposal will make people more aware and mindful in reaching out to Tibet with their support.
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Dalai Lama characteristics: Dalai Lama has valuable leadership characteristics that were and are important in the lifestyle he lives in. One leadership characteristic would be he is peaceful. The Dalai Lama from a very young age till now has always been taught the essential of having and finding peace in yourself and through others because of the Buddhist lectures. It is an essential in keeping an open mind and heart with a peaceful outlook when being faced with difficult struggles. The Dalai Lama kept his inner calm spirit even while meeting with the evil Chinese Communist, he realized that they were just humans and he didn't hold any anger in him knowing what they were causing to his homeland. Dalai Lama only held prayers to himself, Tibet, and the Chinese men, from the literatures of Buddhism.
Bravery and courage are major characteristics found within the Dalai Lama going through the hardships of his homeland he faced. The Chinese have reported planning to kill the high Lama at several occasions that the Dalai Lama planned on attending. Although being alerted to remain from those specific occasions, Lama didn't focus on the Chinese, he was willing to attend with no fear of what could have happened to him. It shows a lot because he is not afraid to stand up against his people and for himself, to send out a message to the Tibetan people to not fear of self defending themselves from the Chinese people.
From the devastation of the thousands killings of Tibetan people, it has been the most difficult for the Dalai Lama because one of his focuses were to protect his people. According to the Escape from the Land of Snows, Talty states "the first instinct of his boyhood, the violent sympathy for the weak, returned to him, and the Dalai Lama became enraged."As a young boy Dalai Lama would throw tantrums filled with anger because he would lose a game, he
Throughout the years, thousands of Tibetans have been murdered and Tibet was in misery under China, the Dalai Lama held onto something so powerful in him. He had hope. In the video above it's shown that the Dalai Lama is a man of optimism, he lives off of happiness. The happiness of looking towards the positivity of any situation. During 1949, when Tibet started going downhill Dalai Lama remained with the outlook that one day the nation will reform once again and their culture will remain powerful. Even through the hardships, being optimistic and having hope really changed the perspective of Tibet forever becoming a torn nation.