Articles By Claude Arpi

Lhasa invaded again ...by Han Chinese

Lhasa invaded again ...by Han Chinese

By: Claude Arpi | Issue: Courtesy: http://claudearpi.blogspot.in/ | Date: 11 Jun , 2021

According to China Tibet News Network, the permanent population of Lhasa is 867,891, an increase of 55.14% compared to the Sixth National Census. It is an enormous increase, particularly because...

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Is Xi Scared of Tiananmen 1989?

Is Xi Scared of Tiananmen 1989?

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 06 Jun , 2021

Since the beginning of the year, China has started celebrating the 100 years of the Communist Party of China. For the occasion, Chairman Xi, the new Mao, has decided to teach the history of Modern...

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Origin of our Misery: The Mystery of Wuhan’s Lab P4

Origin of our Misery: The Mystery of Wuhan’s Lab P4

By: Claude Arpi | Issue: Courtesy: http://claudearpi.blogspot.in/ | Date: 15 May , 2021

China has mastered the Art of Disinformation Warfare. Nearly one and half years after the dreaded Covid19 emerged in Wuhan and while the COVID-19 virus is still raging all over the world, having...

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Will Beijing return the remains of 1962 hero?

Will Beijing return the remains of 1962 hero?

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 15 May , 2021

In recent months China has given a lot of publicity to several new war memorials which have come up in Tibet; this mushrooming is probably due the Galwan incidents in which the People’s...

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China’s new Weapon is ‘Political Archaeology’

China’s new Weapon is ‘Political Archaeology’

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 04 May , 2021

In February this year, the Communist Party of China (CPC) started a new campaign called “Party History Learning and Education”; it will continue in full swing through the year as the CPC...

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Tibet: the Next Gen has Arrived

Tibet: the Next Gen has Arrived

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 26 Apr , 2021

During the week between February 19 and 25, a flurry of new appointments took place in China. Interestingly, several young officials of state-owned enterprises were sent to the regional...

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The So-Called Peaceful Liberation of Tibet

The So-Called Peaceful Liberation of Tibet

By: Claude Arpi | Issue: Courtesy: http://claudearpi.blogspot.in/ | Date: 22 Apr , 2021

The history of Mao’s China is a tale of well-planned and well-executed moves. All the events from 1949 onwards have unfolded in a perfectly calculated sequence: first, the invasion of Tibet in 1950;...

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A letter from the Dalai Lama to Mao

A letter from the Dalai Lama to Mao

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 21 Apr , 2021

On May 23, China will celebrate the 70th anniversary of their so-called liberation of Tibet. On the occasion, I re-post a few article on the 17-Point Agreement. The Chinese media claims that a...

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Why is China more and more Nervous?

Why is China more and more Nervous?

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 16 Apr , 2021

Despite the fact that the Chinese propaganda machinery is relentlessly working to make the world believe that the people in Tibet are the happiest on the planet, Beijing is nervous, very...

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Tibet: Not Liberated Yet

Tibet: Not Liberated Yet

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 10 Apr , 2021

Despite the fact that the Chinese propaganda machinery is working day and night to make the world believe that the people in Tibet are the happiest on the planet, Beijing is nervous, very...

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The Colonizers’ Dilemma

The Colonizers’ Dilemma

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 07 Apr , 2021

According to the website China Tibet News, many young Tibetans applied for recruitment in the Chinese Army in the first half of 2021. This was the first post Covid-19 recruitment exercise for the...

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The Yarlung Tsangpo HPP: Mega Tragedy in the Making

The Yarlung Tsangpo HPP: Mega Tragedy in the Making

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 05 Apr , 2021

Dave Petley, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) at the University of Sheffield in the UK has a blog which provides scientific information on landslides or mudslides occurring...

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The Forgotten Hero of the Indian Air Force

The Forgotten Hero of the Indian Air Force

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 02 Apr , 2021

Perhaps the main unsolved mysteries of the 1962 India-China War is the fate of 35-year old Squadron Leader (Sqn Ldr) Vinod Sehgal, (sometimes is name is written ‘Sahgal’); the Vayu Sena Medal...

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The Dalai Lama crosses the Indian border - rare documents

The Dalai Lama crosses the Indian border - rare documents

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 31 Mar , 2021

Today it is 62 years that the Dalai Lama arrived in India. On the occasion of the 59th anniversary of the arrival of the Dalai Lama in India, I had posted on my website a very large collection of...

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The Return of Red Genes in Tibet

The Return of Red Genes in Tibet

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 29 Mar , 2021

China has found a new love for history. But it is history with strong Chinese characteristics, in other words, far from facts. As mentioned in my previous post, March 28, which marked the...

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The Big One

The Big One

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 17 Mar , 2021

Recent developments not far from the Indian border in Arunachal Pradesh are worrying. A notice from the Metok Border Management Brigade announced that from March 1, the Chinese authorities began...

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The Mistake of the Century

The Mistake of the Century

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 15 Mar , 2021

President Xi Jinping is a poor strategist. Chinese are known followers of the Art of War, an ancient Chinese military treatise written by Sun Tzu, a Chinese general and military authority in the...

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Living in Fear of the Masses

Living in Fear of the Masses

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 10 Mar , 2021

According to a notice from the Metok Border Management Brigade, from March 1, the Chinese authorities will begin “to check border pass, ID cards and other documents of people entering and...

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Communism in China: A Hundred Years Later

Communism in China: A Hundred Years Later

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 07 Mar , 2021

As China prepares to celebrate the centenary of the Communist Party, the world must remember the massacres which Communist regimes have unleashed throughout history and question why Xi Jinping’s...

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The Indian Dalai Lama

The Indian Dalai Lama

By: Claude Arpi | Date: 04 Mar , 2021

In January 1951, a few months after the invasion of Tibet and sensing a threat from China, the then Assam Governor Jairamdas Daulatram ordered a young Naga officer to march to Tawang and start...

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