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Karma catches up with China?

The 50th anniversary of China’s invasion of Tibet, which it celebrated with an international Buddhist conference in Lhasa, has coincided with the revelation of another Chinese attack – on vital computers in 130 countries.

Unlike China’s high-profile 1959 military crackdown in Tibet, which led to the “Lhasa Uprising” and forced the country’s spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, to flee to India, this latest aggressive action had gone largely unnoticed by the world.

With perhaps a certain amount of karmic justice, we have the Dalai Lama to thank for revealing the Chinese subterfuge. Staff at the office of Tibet’s government-in-exile in Dharamsala, India , suspecting their computers had been affected by malicious software (malware), called in experts to check their systems.

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