China opens college with a goal of producing anti-splittist monks

China opens college with a goal of producing anti-splittist monks

Beijing : China | Oct 26, 2011 at 10:39 AM PDT
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There continues to be reports of tensions between Tibetan Buddhists and the government of China. Now reports that China has opened a college which has an aim of producing anti-splittist monks has Buddhists perplexed and concerned about what this means for Buddhist monks who have been protesting religious oppression by China. Continue reading at: China opens college with a goal of producing anti-splittist monks

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