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Chinese media blasts Dalai Lama for forgetting ancestry
10:27, April 13, 2010  

If one follows Chinese media agencies' coverage of Tibet in recent years, one finds that relations between the Chinese government and the Dalai Lama have moved back and forth between negotiations and stalemates. Not only has this indicated the increasing confidence and strength of the Chinese government, but it exposed the Dalai Lama's inherent timidity and willingness to take chances during his limited remaining days.

The Dalai Lama's "global promotion" seems more proactive compared with the non-action of the Chinese government, which has always left the door to negotiation open. Over the past few years, the Dalai Lama has traveled around the world to repeatedly advocate "peace, benevolence and democracy." The series of speeches and shows by the Dalai Lama to appeal to Western tastes has not only won him support and sympathy from Westerners after giving himself the appearance of righteousness, but it gives ammunition to countries that are worried about the rise of China.

In a sense, the continuing tricks played by the Dalai Lama have indeed helped Western media agencies create pressure on the Chinese government. However, reactions by Chinese media agencies show that they have started dismissing the words and actions of the Dalai Lama.

The China Tibet Information Center published an article titled "Dalai Lama insists on being 'son of India'" written by Yiduo on its English website on April 7. The article commented on the remarks made by the Dalai Lama over the past year that he is a "son of India" and his ancestors are Indians. Compared with previous poignant articles that exposed and criticized the Dalai Lama, the article used a more disdainful tone and said the Dalai Lama's remarks were "so ridiculous, so abnormal" and that he has forgotten his ancestry.

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