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Tibetan jewelry artifacts, may soon be considered if prolongs the current situation of the Tibetan people. Let’s go back in time a little to see how a peace-loving country has been released to the chaos. Tibet has always been known as the home of the Holy Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism who governs his people with peace, love and wisdom. All Dalai Lamas have always used diplomacy and non-violent activism to deal with threats, such as the current occupation of Chinese armed forces in the country. The history of Tibet for centuries, Tibet was a unified, integrated by autonomous States, territories and provinces Empire ruled by vassals. People returned to his Holiness the Dalai Lama, and his descendants, as their spiritual leader. When the Communist Party ousted China in 1949, the country began to force his power over Tibet, saying that it should be part of the Chinese territory. In 1950, the people’s Liberation Army began to infiltrate into Tibet in silence, which forced the Dalai Lama and other government officials to leave the capital.

They were persuaded to return to Lhasa, but in September 1951, the Chinese liberation forces broke into the capital. Over the years, the country began to experience hunger rampant due to the presence of thousands of members of the army of Popular Liberation (PLA). The country’s agricultural system could simply not feed such a large number of people. Nonviolent revolts were on the rise, and Tibetan citizens protested against Chinese occupation. After strong resistance from the rebels, however, the PLA began to turn violent and more militant, bombing and looting monasteries the country and even torturing and executing the monks and the leaders of the guerrilla movement. The Chinese occupation, which continues to this day, has caused havoc in the simple and once peaceful country. The human rights of the Tibetan people have been violated, thousands of lives were lost, the people are tortured and hundreds more were taken as political prisoners.