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To bad China does not feel the same about Elephant ivory or Rhino horns. China single handily is driving those species into extinction.
So China "cares" about Tibetan animals, but not the native Tibetan people who have ALWAYS lived there. Not fooling anyone. I give it a few years & they'll move in more Han Chinese and build settlements. It's cultural genocide.
It’s a shame what China has done to this wonderful country and its people
china will be reloating many more folk in the future
Making it sound legitimate but really isn't.
Unfortunately there will be no getting honest answers from the occupying Chinese Government and its officials. Chinese brochures refer to Tibet as China's Tibet. Was this really a protecting wildlife thing or a way to control/punish Tibetans?
Sounds like what has been done to generations of First Nations people by invaders around the earth.
The Chinese don´t do it for the animals, these people were no problem to the wildlife. That´s politic of the Han Chinese in occupied Tibet.
There is something wrong here.....China has relocated tibetans.....
We have to share
Chinese relocating Tibetans
This would be good. But there is rumor the Gov is planing mining operations in these arias.
Very nice to see that the Chinese authorities care way more about antilopes than original Tibetan culture and people.
This is the Chinese government's way of relocating the indigenous people of Tibet. It is genocide and they are using environmentalism as a way to excuse their behaviour. It's BS. The Chinese should pull out of Tibet and leave all Tibetan citizens alone. This infuriates me. Free Tibet!!
lots of forcing animals and people out of their habitats...
It's all looks pretty suspicious to me. Raises so many questions. It's hard to tell. Have to do research on this, because this video don't tell nothing. Shady stuff.
Hmmm Chinese authorities have made the decision. Is this the start of the end for these farmers who have been moved into a city, where farming is not a big industry. The Chinese are always so considerate to the indigenous people... NOT!
Protecting the animals is good, but destroying the villagers....
I would like to know how the people feel about this. It sounds good but so often indigenous people are moved from their traditional homes to more suburban places and it ends up they don't adjust and live in squalor with drink and drug problems.
I support a Free Tibet!