Self government for Tibet would be best

Questions


1 Why do China want to own Tibet?
Why china want own Tibet
Not only does China want the world to accept that Tibet is a part of China, but they also want the world to accept the lie that Tibet was never an independent nation with its own long history of civilization. China would have the world go back and rewrite history, changing the past to suit its present claims.

2Will china become a superpower?
China become superpower
During the past 25 years, the world has witnessed the slow transformation of the Chinese centrally planned economy to a market economy. This has triggered a rapid economic growth with an annual average increase of GDP of 10% between 1980-2000. In spite of its very large population, the average per capita income has already reached around $3,000 in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP). This economic "miracle" is transforming China in a number of ways, which will raise it to superpower status before 2050.

3Why are China destroying Tibet?
Why china destroy Tibet
“The railway link is a real danger,” said the spiritual leader, who fled to India from Tibet after a failed uprising against Chinese rule in 1959. “Beggars, handicapped people are coming. Their number is huge. Also jobless people facing difficulty in Chinese mainland are coming to Lhasa,” he told a religious gathering in the Indian city of Mumbai. The 1,142km rail link opened last July. The world's highest, it passes through spectacular icy peaks on the Tibetan highlands, touching altitudes of 5,000m. Beijing says the 13-hour connection from China's far-western province of Qinghai to Tibet's capital, Lhasa, will bring economic and social development to the long-isolated region. But Tibetan exiles - about 80,000 of them live in India - have dubbed the rail link to the “second invasion of Tibet”. They say it will only increase Chinese migration, dilute Tibetan culture and militarise the region. The Dalai Lama said Beijing was forcing poor villagers to relocate to Tibet and was also sending uneducated young girls from the countryside to be “inducted as prostitutes” in Lhasa. “Therefore, that is increasing the danger of AIDS,” he said. The Dalai Lama said that besides destroying the cultural identity of Tibet, the railway was an “environmental menace” because it was helping China mine at very high altitudes. “We are very concerned about the environmental impact of the railway link,” he said.

4When did china take over Tibet?
When china take Tibet
As a consequence of the leadership shown by the Dalai Lama, a new sense of Tibetan unity has been forged among the large number of Tibetans living overseas. These are not only Tibetans from the central province of U-Tsang that was placed under Beijing control in 1951, but also Tibetans from the provinces of Kham and Amdo.

5What was the one child policy made for?
One child policy why made
China's one child family policy, which was first announced in 1979, has remained in place despite the extraordinary political and social changes that have occurred over the past two decades. It emerged from the belief that development would be compromised by rapid population growth and that the sheer size of China's population together with its young age structure presented a unique challenge.

6What effect has the one child policy had on the Chinese?
One child policy effects on Chinese
China has proclaimed that it will continue its one child policy, which limits couples to having one child, through the 2006-2010 five year planning period. China's one child policy was established by Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in 1979 to limit communist China's population growth. Although designated a "temporary measure," it continues a quarter-century after its establishment. The policy limits couples to one child. Fines, pressures to abort a pregnancy, and even forced sterilization accompanied second or subsequent pregnancies. The result of such Draconian family planning has resulted in the disparate ratio of 114 males for every 100 females among babies from birth through children four years of age. Normally, 105 males are naturally born for every 100 females.


Bibliography

Q1http://www.meyul.com/free-tibet-blog/chinese-lies-about-tibetan-history/
Q2 http://www.da.mod.uk/colleges/rcds/Information/Library/ResearchPapers/Seaford2003/Abstracts/Morneau
Q3 http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,21152573-2703,00.html
Q4 http://ezinearticles.com/?Chinas-Takeover-and-Assimilation-of-Tibet&id=465238
Q5 http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/319/7215/992
Q6 http://geography.about.com/od/populationgeography/a/onechild.htm