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2019-06-29 Tian Zai-ting(田再庭) Chairman, Tsan-hua(贊化) Practitioner, 90 Birthday Party

Tian Zai-ting(田再庭) Chairman, Tsan-hua(贊化) Practitioner, 90 Birthday Party
 



Tian Zai-ting(田再庭) Chairman, Tsan-hua(贊化) Practitioner, 90 Birthday Party


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Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 July 2019 10:52 )  

Newsflash

Building owner David Lin stands proudly in front of the mural promoting independence for Tibet and Taiwan. (Photo/Corvallis Gazette-Times/Andy Cripe)

DHARAMSHALA, September 11: A mural depicting images of Tibetans self-immolating and monks being beaten by Chinese riot police in a small US city has generated quite a media hype, courtesy China.

The 10-foot-by-100-foot mural painted by Taiwanese-born artist Chao Tsung-song and commissioned by property owner David Lin, on a brick wall in Corvallis, Oregon started drawing attention after China raised objections at the work, in written as well as in person, with local authorities.