So hey there, before you say Chinese exploited Tibet, you should know that the Lamas exploited the Tibetans before in China. What are the Lamas? The Tibetans worship them and give them foods & drinks, and money freely without them working and enslaved them in their religion, which is Lamaism, so therefore not Buddhism... so there was no "human rights" either prior to the Han Chinese's taking over them. Some are really tired of living in such conditions: having to give up the best foods & drinks to their Lamas and want Han Chinese' Atheist ways. And you should know that in history, they usurped many others lands (that's why they are pretty much hated for that in Asia): like from the Nepali, Indians, even Mongols and Xiong Nu and yes, even China's lands. In our eyes, when they came in China, they were and are still usurpers and foreign invaders of our Middle Kingdom since it existed before theirs in time (theirs existed 2 k years ago and ours 4-5 thousand years ago) and since Chinese had recorded history since 4100 years ago, we Hans are the first people of our lands and the rightful owners of China. Basically here, we founded China and Tibet 4,1 years ago (around 2 k years ago B.C.) in: the Xia, Shan, Zhou dynasties and the Warring period, so they have no right to Tibet either and in the Han-Tang dynasties (as I've explained before: 6-8th centuries), they desired a peaceful union between our Kingdoms, so they accepted our Tang Princess: Princess Weng Cheng as their cherished Queen and Leader.
So you saying the Chinese Han aboriginals don't have a right to Tibet, is like saying the natives of China don't have a right to Ancient China or denying us our "historical China" and our "basic human rights", which is: our right to govern our own lands or to be sovereign, within our own borders. per the human righters' failed logic there. So yes, Tibet belongs to China's history and historical legacy and is the vestige of the Sino-Tibetan civilization (culture, people...).
And the Dala Lamai wants these "religious practices" back and these lands they took back and as I'm an Atheist, don't condone it...
Now, what's a Yak? A Yak is an animal for their transportation (the Tibetans'), living in the Himalayas. And sometimes they hunt and eat it as a meat and drink it's milk and make it into "butter milk tea".
Here you go (Tibetan Yak Milk and Salty Butter Tea)
P.S: I don't like it myself. I think it's too salty for my taste.
Next up: Xin Jian beef.
Testimonial and historical/archeological proof of the Princess Weng Cheng's marriage with Song Gampo in the Jokhan temple:
So conclusions: we Han Chinese never abused of anyone's "human rights" and are the rightful owners of the "Middle Kingdom" and China and every part of it (according to the Human Righters...)
Politically, I think Tibet should cooperate with China and India to preserve it's unique culture and it's people, but I think Tibet should remain an autonomous region of China since it can't be completely freed from China since people there are related by blood with the Hans. And I don't think Tibet should be independent because it was part of China long ago (and if you say Tibet never belonged to China)... why does it want it's "independence"? Why should it have it when the people lived in China for more than 2 thousand years?
And also answer: who did this to who first (the annihilation and etc... now that you know Tibetans assimilated us Hans and persecuted Atheist Hans like me).