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Hu Jintao (Pinyin: Hú Jǐntāo, pronounced [xǔ t͡ɕìntʰɑ́ʊ̯]) was born December 21, 1942 and is the current Paramount Leader of the People's Republic of China. He has held the titles...

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Indian Students Protest China President Hu Jintao Failed Policies in Tibet

Thumbs Up Like + Share to show your Support for Human Rights & Freedom in Tibet. Click here for more Tibet videos www.youtube.com INDIAN STUDENTS PROTEST PRESIDENT HU JINTAO'S FAILED POLICIES IN TIBET; URGE BRICS SUMMIT LEADERS TO PRESS CHINA TO END CRACKDOWN IN TIBET Delhi, March 26, 2012: Indian students protested Chinese President Hu Jintao's failed policies and escalating crackdown in Tibet as he prepares to attend the fourth BRICS Summit in New Delhi. The students unfurled a large banner stating "HU JINTAO: YOU'RE NOT WELCOME TO INDIA. YOU'VE BLOOD ON YOUR HANDS. FREE TIBET NOW" in front of the India Gate. The protest comes a day after Jamphel Yeshi, a 27-year-old Tibetan man, set himself on fire in Jantar Mantar, Delhi's main square, in protest of Chinese rule over Tibet. He is currently being treated with severe burns at Ram Manohar Lohia hospital. UN & the World looks on as Tibetans continue to suffer under Chinese brutality since 1949. All Copyright belongs to IBTimesUK. March 26, 2012 A Tibetan exile has set himself on fire at a demonstration in central Delhi, a day before a visit to India by the Chinese president Hu Jintao Jamphel Yeshi, a 27 yr old, escaped from China's Occupied Tibet in 2006 and had been living in New Delhi for the past two years, activists said. "He had received severe beatings from the Chinese security personnel guarding the border during his escape," one of Jamphel Yeshi's cousin told Phayul. "He had to undergo treatment for at least two <b>...</b>
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