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The hostile forces have colluded with the clique of the fourteenth Dalai Lama, and […] have tried all means to contend for the battlefield, popular feeling and the common people, thus, all their efforts have made Tibet the teeth of the storm in the struggle of the ideological realm.
This report documents the cases of young generation intellectuals, artists, bloggers, writers and singers who have faced life-altering consequences of torture and imprisonment for conveying their views or simply singing songs.
It details the cases of 11 imprisoned writers and intellectuals and 10 singers who have faced persecution and imprisonment, including the following:. Tibetan popular music and literature has become an artistic means through which Tibetans define their identity, and as a means of countering the Chinese state. The importance of artistic expression and the political context. In Tibet today, writers, singers and artists play an increasingly important role in the broader community.
They also celebrate a shared national and cultural identity, encourage a sense of solidarity, and express hope for the future. The Chinese state has long been aware of artistic expression as a means of influence both in the interests of the Party and against it, and the authorities in Tibetan areas seek to undermine their popularity and influence. State censorship and suppression of free expression is widespread across the PRC, but since the protests broke out across Tibet in March, , the Chinese government has strengthened attempts to impose an information blackout across Tibet.
Penalties for even low-level information sharing are among the worst in the world. The Chinese suppression of Tibetan freedom of expression is most visible in the form of the clampdown against any act of reverence to their spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. Even though the Dalai Lama ruled over only around half of the traditional Tibetan area politically before the Chinese Communist takeover, historically, Tibetans from all over Tibet regard him as their spiritual leader.