Tonight is just like college, writing about some grand topic late at night—Chinese-Tibet relations. I haven’t really written any editorial before so this will be the first one.
Not so lucky though, hit the writer’s block after the first 100 words…
“The hostile relation between China and Tibet is no news, and certainly not the international intervention.
This week, Chinese government criticized British Prime Minister David Cameron for meeting exiled Tibetan leader Dalai Lama in London on Monday, saying that his action has damaged the ties between the two countries.
Yes, China has been frustrated with the situation in Tibet for a long time. At self-immolation? Maybe. But more accurately, China is tired of people sticking their noses into its business.”
I guess I should go on to the meaning of “freedom” to these people in Tibet and what foreign countries think is good for Tibet may not necessary be good for the people over there.
Ugh, I am hungry, Ivana, where are you?