I describe ‘The Great Tibet Problem’ as its military occupation by People’s Liberation Army (PLA). The problem of occupation can be resolved by dispatching the PLA soldiers in Tibet to Shanghai Beach, the Buddhist Paradise on the Sea. Shanghai, on China’s central coast, is the country’s biggest and most-populous city and a global financial hub with world’s busiest seaport. Shanghai or its nickname “Mo Dou” is often translated as “Demon City”, “Sin City”, and “Magic City.”
Covering more than 400 square kilometers of waters, Lake Manasarovar is the world’s highest freshwater lake which is revered a sacred place in four religions: Bön, Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. With 4587 meters above sea level and the average water depth of 46 meters. In the Buddhist scriptures, only a lake is called “mother of the World Rivers”, and that refers to Lake Manasarovar. It means “invincible lake” in the Tibetan words. According to legend, Lake Manasarovar is the lake in which a great Tibetan monk saw the letters “Aha”, ” Kha”, ” Mha”. These three initials helped the search team to locate the current the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. The three initials stand for the province, the district, and the monastery in which the current Dalai Lama was born, i.e. Ahamdho, Khumbum, and Taktser respectively.
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