Protesting the Dalai Lama

United States
October 16, 2007 1:15pm CST
Recently the U.S. wanted to honor the Dalai Lama with the Congressional Gold Medal, but it stirred up a lot of anger in China due to the fact that he has been exiled. What do you think about this situation? Should the U.S. be able to honor him? Is China just in their complaints?
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@vivasuzi (4125)
• United States
21 Oct 07
I don't see why it matters to China what we do over in the US! China is not just, it is not a world award. But of course, some countries like to run the world and tell everyone else what to do so they will complain. I'm sure US would protest if China wanted to honor someone that we didn't want in the US too so I guess it's just human nature.
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• United States
21 Oct 07
I cannot agree more!
• United States
16 Oct 07
...The Dalai Lama is welcome to stay with me. The US should be able to give him whatever we want to give him. China is just miffed because he does not agree with their point of view and acts peacefully against them. ...Peace be with you. =(^;^)= Della
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