Chinese invasion tries to malign indigenous culture of Tibetan population: Reports 

China's invasion of Tibet has significantly impacted the centuries-old and indigenous culture of the Tibetan population. The forceful territorial control of china over the Tibetan region has preached their culture. 

Chinese invasion tries to malign indigenous culture of Tibetan population: Reports 
Chinese invasion tries to malign indigenous culture of Tibetan population: Reports 

China: China’s invasion of Tibet has significantly impacted the centuries-old and indigenous culture of the Tibetan population. The forceful territorial control of china over the Tibetan region has preached their culture

According to the reports, China has been working on setting itself as a dominant player across the globe with its sovereign claims over territories. China’s claims over Tibet have been driven from an 

 “Illegal Agreement on Measures for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet”, also known as the 17 Point Agreement signed on May 23, 1951, by a “person devoid of legitimate authority to represent Tibet. 

The agreement stated that China has the right to keep Tibet”s traditional government and religion in place without stopping the practices of local ethnic groups, as per the news report. However, the government of Tibet raised questions about the process of signing the agreement and stated that it is devoid of any legal legitimacy. 

The authorities of China have managed to preach Tibetan culture by establishing “communist policies, enforcing regressive Sinicization measures and forcefully assimilating its ethnic population in Tibetan regions. 

Moreover, the Chinese Communist Party also wanted to declare a successor to the Dalai Lama for years, a significant part of their attempt to take full control of the Tibetan region.

The party has also been taking full control over the economic advancements in Tibet as infrastructural projects were constructed along the rich, resourceful regions of Gyama, Shetongmon, and Nrbusa, amongst many other important regions. According to the reports, the economic effect of China’s mineral exploitations in Tibet is valued at over USD 100 billion. 

Such practices have caused an ecological disaster in the region as there is a dire need to control China’s aspiration of colonial rule. “However, Beijing’s approach is driven by its quest to secure a superior position in the international order. The report further said that such aspirations, if given space in the international forums, can result in an “infestation of far more regressive tactics in sensitive regions including Tibet.