Mar. 30 (Huffington Post/by Rebecca Novick): Back in 2006, Nepal and China set up an intelligence-sharing program on security matters. The program, which includes China’s training Nepali security personnel, was aimed at containing so-called “anti-China activities.” But the definition of what constitutes an anti-China activity has expanded from street protest to ordinary social functions.
A gathering where a photo of the Dalai Lama is displayed, pilgrimages to holy sites, even basketball tournaments — in fact any time more than a handful of Tibetans assemble, the police intervene and call a halt.
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