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Archbishop Tutu has criticized People's Republic of China for its oppressive domination of Tibet and expressed solidarity with the Dalai Lama. He also called for the boycott of 2008 Beijing Olympics for China's acquiescence of Darfur genocide. Tutu supported Chinese dissident scholar Yang Jianli, who was arrested in China, and wrote to the Chinese government demanding Yang's release.
- ↑ Tutu, Desmond. Statement on Tibet and China. Washington Post. March 25, 2008
- ↑ Now Archbishop Desmond Tutu urges boycott of Beijing Olympics over China's failure to act in Darfur. Daily Mail. Feb. 14, 2008
- ↑ Yang Jianli's Meeting with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Boston.