For over fifty years, Tibet has been under the tight control of the Chinese communist government, and especially the secret police known as the PSB, or Public Security Bureau. In 1950, Chinese forces invaded Tibet, and in 1959, His Holiness the Dalai Lama fled into exile in India..
The fact that, as reported by New York Times and Washington Post, Beijing responded aggressively to thwart screenings of the film at the Washington D.C. International Film Festival, proves that “In Tibet nothing is more dangerous than the truth”.
The film will be screened in CRK today at 8 pm. Go there to open your eyes to the images obstructed by mainstream media, images that were captured by dedicated people who endangered their lives to capture the true face of contemporary Tibet.