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With the help of the Internet, the truth is sometimes not difficult to find out.

This picture has recently been used by some Tibetan separatists as evidence to accuse the Chinese central and local governments of manipulating the riots. But Internet users have found out that these Chinese soldiers are actually preparing to play monks in a movie.

This picture has recently been used by some Tibetan separatists as evidence to accuse the Chinese central and local governments of manipulating the riots. But Internet users have found out that these Chinese soldiers are actually preparing to play monks in a movie.

This picture has recently been used by some Tibetan separatists 
as evidence to accuse the Chinese central and local governments 
of manipulating the riots. But Internet users have found out 
that these Chinese soldiers are actually preparing to play monks 
in a movie.

This is just one case of Chinese efforts to collect and correct biased reports they've seen. Digital cameras, screen shots and camcorders are used assemble the evidence.

To many people's surprise, nearly all the major Western media have been involved in reporting false facts on Tibet. Some cannot even figure out the difference in appearance between Chinese and Indian people.

To many people's surprise, nearly all the major Western media have 
been involved in reporting false facts on Tibet. Some cannot even 
figure out the difference in appearance between Chinese and Indian 

To many people's surprise, nearly all the major Western media have been involved in reporting false facts on Tibet. Some cannot even figure out the difference in appearance between Chinese and Indian people.

On major Chinese web forums, discussions on the truth behind the recent Lhasa Riots and the Tibet issue has peaked in the past two weeks.

As well as anger and doubt about false reports and support for government action, there are a considerable number of posts on collecting solid historical facts on the status and development of Tibet under Chinese sovereignty.

Many Chinese media workers and scholars have also analysed the Western media's agenda.

In the age of information and the Internet, there will always be people watching when the truth is not told.

(CCTV April 3, 2008)

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