"Evictions of Buddhist monastics at Larung Gar, the largest Tibetan Buddhist institute in the world, are underway, and according to Radio Free Asia, those evicted must sign a pledge to never return to the center..."
..Radio Free Asia received news from sources in the region that upon eviction, monastics must sign documents pledging to “uphold the unity of the nation and not to engage in behavior opposing government policy in the area.”..
...When China first enforced population cuts at Larung Gar, speculations arose that the demands stemmed from concerns for the monastery’s growing population and subsequent fire risks. The only direct reason given for the demands has been that the community is in need of “ideological guidance....”
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