Tibet suffered irreversible damage to its cultural and religious heritage in the Chinese Cultural Revolution. The CCP destroyed Buddhist temples and monasteries while killing its monks and followers.

Despite the terrible persecution that persists with constant harassment by the CCP in Tibet, religious beliefs remain strong. Its citizens lead a life of surrender to the divine by following their spiritual beliefs.

The Chinese Communist regime, after 70 years of applying extreme violence in the region, has not succeeded in eradicating the peaceful Tibetan culture. On the contrary, a systematic plan continues to transform the tradition from within and replace it with the values promoted by communism.