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The PLD (People’s Liberation Army) was founded in 1920.

The party, which is now the ruling party in China, is responsible for controlling all aspects of the economy, and it controls the state media.

The PLA also controls the military, with its own armed forces and police, and has used them for decades to crush dissent.

In recent years, it has made some of its most aggressive moves against political opponents, including killing thousands of members of the Tibetan exile community.

The Chinese government has also banned Tibetan religious organisations, and in 2017, the country declared a national emergency to suppress dissent.

It also imposed a ban on all forms of expression deemed “inciting separatism” or “insulting the Chinese state”.

The government has repeatedly banned the Tibetan language in the media, with a crackdown on Tibetan newspapers that has resulted in the detention of more than 400 journalists.

The restrictions are the latest in a series of moves against the Tibetan community in recent years.

Since 2014, China has cracked down on the Tibetan movement, banning all but the most basic activities.

It has also tightened control over Tibet’s spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and ordered his exiled followers to leave the country.

In the past few years, Tibetans have begun to organize and protest in their thousands.

In September, thousands of Tibetans marched through the streets of Beijing to protest against the government’s crackdown on the Dalai Lamas activities.

Activists from the Tibetan rights group the Dalai Youth have also taken to the streets in protest, as have some Tibetan activists.

The government says it wants to build a better society and protect its “national security”.

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Are Chinese laws too restrictive?

Do you think the government should change the rules to allow more Tibetans to exercise their rights?

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