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Sweden has closed the last remaining Confucius Institute in the country as relations with China deteriorate further amid the coronavirus pandemic, The Times of London reported on Thursday. The Chinese government in 2004 launched Confucius institutes at various foreign universities, with the stated goal...

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Tibetans in New York were celebrating Saturday after it was announced an exhibit sponsored by the Chinese Consulate was being shut down in the Queens borough of the city. Two weeks ago, Tibetan activists in New York noticed the Queens Public Library...

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Dharamshala: A young Tibetan nomad from the nearby nomadic township of Meruma in Ngaba (Ch: Aba) county in Tibet’s traditional province of Amdo died on Tuesday after setting himself on fire to protest Chinese rule of Tibet and its hardline policies against...

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Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh) [India], May 31 (ANI): Activists and students from China and Tibet here on Thursday gathered to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre that marked a major turning point in the history of modern China. A panel discussion organised...

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China should immediately free the Panchen Lama from custody and allow him to return to his monastery to assume his role as the second most well-known religious figure in Tibet, a Tibetan advocacy group said on the eve of his 30th birthday....

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University has closed the Confucius Institute of Indianapolis on the IUPUI campus. In a statement to Inside Indiana Business, IU said the decision "ensures ongoing operations of some programs within IU impacted by federal changes surrounding Chinese language programs."...

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