Stay away from Tibet, China tells international community BEIJING: Riled by calls from UN Human Rights body and some Western countries to address the recurring self immolations in Tibet protesting Chinese rule, Beijing today slammed them saying foreign nations should stop interfering in its "domestic affairs". "Tibetan affairs are totally China's domestic affairs," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told a media briefing here. Recently, politicians in the US, the European Union and Canada had disregarded facts, confused right and wrong and groundlessly accused China on Tibet-related issues, Hua said. In a statement recently, the US had accused China of responding to Tibetan immolations with tightened controls over their freedom of religion, expression and assembly. UN Human Rights Commission chief Navi Pillay too had expressed concern over the continued self immolations, which crossed 90 and urged Chinese government address the issue. The comments calling on Beijing to address tensions in Tibet were rude interferences in China's internal affairs and the country was strongly dissatisfied with them and resolutely opposed those acts, she said. Last month alone about 23 self immolations have taken place coinciding with the leadership change of the ruling Communist Party of China. Hua said that Tibet has made great progress in politics, economy, culture and other fields since the peaceful liberation of Tibet in 1951, which is widely recognised by the international community. She urged foreign officials to immediately correct "erroneous words and deeds", earnestly respect China's sovereignty and no longer do anything to interfere in the country's internal affairs. According to activists, over 90 people, most of them in their late teens and 20s, have set themselves afire in Tibet since February 2009. Stay away from Tibet, China tells international community - The Economic Times ***************************************** China claims that it has done a lot for Tibet and Tibetans and yet they embarrass the Chinese people and the Govt of China. Dalai Lama is blamed, but the Tibet Govt denies that they are anyone involved in the spontaneous protest including self immolation by the Tibetans and state that the Tibetans at large are disgusted with the manner in which China is subjugating the Tibetan people and their wiping out their singular identity. Is there no solution? What do the Chinese feel about Tibet is what one must know. In Hong Kong there was a suggestion that Tibet should be given similar autonomy as Hong Kong if indeed it is to be an autonomous region of China. That appears to be the solution, but the Chinese Govt has rejected it. Could it be because the Chinese Govt does not trust the Tibetan they being non Han and not yet assimilated, while Hong Kongers have been assimilated?