China does not have the moral authority in Tibet since they are more keen to absorb Tibet through other means than that are appealing, like money, authoritative means, coercion, Sinicisation and destroying the root and fabric of Tibetan culture, language, customs, traditions and so on. Naturally, there is hostility towards China internally and from refugees from Tibet. Historically, the Han Chinese have been able to destroy the roots, culture, language, customs, tradition, intermarriages and so on. of all Non Han people whom they called 'barbarians' and captured their territories and forced them to become 'Han'. But will the succeed in Tibet or Xinjiang? In the earlier times there was no globalisation and interdependence of the international communities and the powerful were more concerned to spread their wings through imperialism and colonisation and none cared. But these are modern times and all are aware. There is greater dependence and interaction. Therefore, one cannot ride roughshod over those who are not ready to be assimilated. And the world is now more sensitive to morals than before. In such a scenario, China attempting various means, mostly underhand and slime loaded, may not succeed wholesomely since morality is not on their side. Even in Hong Kong which is now a part of Communist China, the world glare has crippled the Communist Chinese attempts to break up the dissent and have not been able to apply ruthless and brute force as in Tienanmen Square and has shied away from such action which could have broken the dissent in the true Chinese Communist style. If China has failed in HK, what are the chances that they can succeed in Tibet or Xinjiang? And anyway, China does not have the moral authority like the Dalai Lama to be able to convince the Tibetans to become Han for 'harmony and stability'.