Congressional-Executive Commission on China Hold Hearing on Combating CCP’s Cultural Erasure

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The Congressional-Executive Commission on China, a U.S. legislature and administration joint commission to monitor China’s human rights violations, holds a hearing at 10 a.m. ET March 28 on preserving Tibetan linguistic, religious, and cultural heritage in the face of the threat from the Chinese Communist Party.

Penpa Tsering and Sikyong of the Central Tibetan Administration; Richard Gere, chair of the International Campaign for Tibet; Lhadon Tethong, director of the Tibet Action Institute; and Tenzin Dorjee, senior researcher and strategist for the Tibet Action Institute, will testify.