Tibet party secretary Wu Yingjie says China must pursue further “Sinicisation of religion”. Photo: Reuters Tibet party secretary Wu Yingjie says China must pursue further “Sinicisation of religion”. Photo: Reuters
Tibet party secretary Wu Yingjie says China must pursue further “Sinicisation of religion”. Photo: Reuters
Tibet

China’s Tibet Communist Party chief targets religion and separatism

  • Tibetan Buddhism has always been a part of Chinese culture, Wu Yingjie says as party marks 70 years of control of the region
  • Analysts say authorities are seeking to redefine history to tighten control

Topic |   Tibet
Tibet party secretary Wu Yingjie says China must pursue further “Sinicisation of religion”. Photo: Reuters Tibet party secretary Wu Yingjie says China must pursue further “Sinicisation of religion”. Photo: Reuters
Tibet party secretary Wu Yingjie says China must pursue further “Sinicisation of religion”. Photo: Reuters
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