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China: Tibetan Children Banned from Classes

Expand A notice in Qinghai’s Nangchen county, published in December 2018, titled “Urgent notice concerning stopping illegal study classes in monasteries.”  © 2018 Private (New York) – Chinese authorities in Qinghai province should immediately lift their ban on Tibetan children attending classes in local monasteries, Human Rights Watch said today. Informal classes taught by monks during school holidays have become popular in Tibetan areas, particularly to teach the Tibetan language, which is used progressively less in many government-run schools. The ban in Qinghai’s Nangchen county, published…

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