Sunday, 16 Jun 2019

Chinese government forbids its citizens to learn Tibetan language


IllustrationIllustration - Chinese government strictly forbids the students from attending informal classes of Tibetan language that are taught by the monks from West China.

One regency in west Qinghai, a province with big population of Tibetan people, ordered for the informal classes that the monks taught during winter holiday to be stopped.

The lesson, which was taught in monasteries that are spread around the province, is popular among parents who want to find a way for their children to learn the language that has been excluded from the curriculum.

But the government calls the language class “illegal” and that those monasteries pose danger because they teach the students without using tools. They added that the classes add to the students’ financial burden.

Human Rights Organizations accuse China’s government of restraining their religious freedom and cultural rights.


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