Sichuan’s Tibetan Dingzhen explodes in popularity: China leads de-Tibetization of Tibetan fever

The Tibetan youth Zhaoshi Dzogchen, who was named “sweet and wild”, has recently become an instant hit in China, and has been invited by all walks of life to speak for him. The Dalai Lama’s representative in Taiwan, Dawa Tsering, believes that the copying of Tingzhen is in line with the official propaganda template and hides China’s elaborate strategy to lead the “de-Tibetization of Tibet”.

“I’m 20 years old, and my home is in Litang County, Ganzi Prefecture, Sichuan.

A 20-year-old Tibetan young man, Dingzhen, became an instant hit. The network said that a photographer ran into Dingzhen at the beginning of the month when he was buying instant noodles for his home, took a 7-second short film, and put it on Shakespeare, and the heat instantly broke 100 million. On Weibo, “How handsome is the Tibetan Khampa man?” is a hot topic, with 10 million views; Dingzhen’s Weibo account was opened a week ago, with millions of followers and 1.5 billion views on “#Dingzhen.

Ding Zhen is hotly debated because of his deep eyes, innocent smile, and high face value appearance, and some people have coined the term “sweet and wild” to describe him. The “daily life” of Ding Zhen, who had earlier broadcasted live horseback riding and eating tsampa, was so popular that it became the target of invitations from provincial tourism departments, media, and brokerage companies, and was even popular in South Korea. The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying tweeted three times, saying that Sichuan Radio and Television had a new “anchor”. In the past, a lot of fans thought he didn’t know Chinese, so they sent him books, while he was practicing and rewriting the word “ding” on air, which set off all kinds of “dingzhen effect”.

In the interview with Radio Free Asia on January 1, Dawa Tsering, the representative of the Dalai Lama in Taiwan, said that the Tibetan people’s Facebook and Twitter seldom share the video of Tenzin, and there is no atmosphere of “being honored with” Tenzin.

The Tibetan treasure glory was deliberately erased by the sample display of “skin and flesh beauty”?

Dawa Tsering: “The Light of Tibet? The most important thing that you can do is to make sure that you have a good understanding of what you are doing and how you are doing it. The Tibetan people will think that he is very handsome, but he is not really able to give the Tibetan nation, religion, or culture a kind of honor, dignity, or something worthy of admiration, because he is only handsome and has good skin. It’s just pretty, and when you consume it as if it represents Tibet, we should say that it’s not a good feeling, we will wish him well, ok for him personally, it should be very good, but to make him into Tibet, or represent the wildness of Tibetan Kham, etc., we will feel that this is not making things small.”

Dawa Tsering believes that the Chinese government’s strategy behind using Dzungchen to promote tourism is to deliberately avoid and cover up the truly valuable Tibetan religious culture, and only display the mountains, rivers, and clothes to cater to netizens’ satisfaction of beauty, materialism, carnal desires, fame and fortune.

The soul of Tibet is religion, but the Chinese translation of its Tibetan name is also “de-religiousized.

In the meantime, the Chinese government has been trying to turn the Tibetan singing and tsampa festival into a tourism project, so as to remove the religious content, so that the religion will not become the main factor or connotation of Tibet. But the main soul, or core, of Tibet is religion. But the main soul, or core, of Tibet, which is religion, is what the Chinese government does not want to show, and the news media operation is also in line with the government’s idea.

Dawa Tsering mentioned that a Tibetan female netizen, Ram, who would talk live about Tibetan culture, married a Han Chinese man and was burned to death from domestic violence. The Chinese government is leading a “de-Tibetization of Tibetan fever,” a subtle cover for its policy of exterminating religious language and culture in Tibet. This includes the Tibetan name Dingzhen “DingZhen,” which is translated on the Internet and in the media as “Tashi Dingzhen,” which means “pearl of good luck. The Chinese surname “Ding” is used as the translation, but Dawa Tsering said that “Tashi” means auspicious, but “Dingzhen” in Tibetan does not have the same meaning. The explanation of “pearl” is usually “tenzin”, which means “to hold the teachings”, and the Dalai Lama’s name is “tenzin tso”. “The other is “Shanzhen,” which means “horse ming,” an original Patriarchal Buddhist tantric deity, the “horse-headed ming king. “The Name.

Dawa Tsering: National Team Membership Becomes a Propaganda Tool for the Communist Party

To Hua Chunying’s three tweets in a row to promote Dingzhen, Dawa Tsering said that as long as the Chinese government promotes and the national team comes out to take over, it will become a tool for big foreign propaganda consumption, and it will change into a PR prototype. “The Tibetan sings very well, and he was put into the naval orchestra and the Chinese Liberation Army orchestra, and then he was made to sing and recite the Communist Party, and then he was thrown away and dismissed once the heat was over.”

The “illiteracy” in the eyes of the Chinese is the Tibetan’s survival rule against assimilation and slavery?

The Chinese government does not allow Tibetans to learn Tibetan or study in monasteries. In fact, the Chinese government does not allow Tibetans to learn the Tibetan language or study in monasteries. Many Tibetan parents are deliberately making their children illiterate and unwilling to send them to school to receive an atheistic, slavish, colonial, assimilationist education from the Chinese Communist Party. Instead of spreading education, the Chinese Communist Party uses violence to force and provide food and shelter to force Tibetans to learn Chinese and be brainwashed.”

In an interview with Radio Free Asia on January 1, Tibetan writer Wise said that Dingzhen’s story was told in a particularly romantic way, and that at first she thought it might be a random online phenomenon, but subsequent developments led her to believe that it might be an elaborate Internet hit.

Even, People’s Daily, Guangming Daily, and even Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying are all publicizing, pushing, and propagating the story,” Vise said. No, I think it’s probably not, I think it’s probably a carefully crafted event of the Internet going viral, except that he chose a young Tibetan, and that choice, I think, was a particularly deliberate choice, and he chose a very safe image of a Tibetan.”

Han Fan Crazy Tibetan cold-viewing Ding Zhen being played as a doll

And the so-called “safe Tibetan image”? In the case of the Chinese government, it is not only that the government has a good image of herdsmen, but also that it has a high face value, which is in line with China’s current network packaging and Internet popularity. However, the colorfulness of Ding Zhen’s face value is actually very common in Kang district.

The first thing that I’m going to do is to get a copy of the book, and I’m not going to do it,” he said. “This is not a simple entertainment phenomenon. This is not a simple entertainment phenomenon, there is official planning behind it, without the “green light” from Sina Weibo and, it would not have become a hotspot without censorship and official permission.

Ding Zhen said he wanted to go to “Lhasa”, which accidentally revealed the spiritual shrine of Tibetans.

Weise mentioned that Ding Zhen does not speak Chinese well enough to meet the planner’s requirements, and that he is in control of how he performs, but in one interview, Ding Zhen talked about his wish to go to Lhasa. In one interview, however, he talked about his wish to go to Lhasa, prompting many netizens to say, “Not a Tibetan? Are you sure you’re in Tibet? How come you’ve never been to Lhasa? Weise believes that this is an unexpected episode, which leads to a particularly interesting phenomenon. In fact, the Tibetans are a large group, divided by the Chinese administration into five provinces and regions: Sichuan, Tibet, Qinghai, Gansu, and Yunnan, and governed separately, not only in the so-called “Tibet Autonomous Region.

To the Tibetans, Lhasa is a holy land and the capital, which is far more significant than Beijing. These herdsmen may not know of Beijing yet, and even if they do, they have no feelings about it. The Chinese say that Tibet is a Tibetan nationality, one of the 56 ethnic groups in China, but in fact, the Chinese are ignorant of the current state of Tibetan history, and netizens are only entertained by it.”

Color Only: The Internet Accelerates the Mastiffization of Tibetan People

In her tweet, Weichai commented on the phenomenon of Ding Zhen, pointing out that “the network is accelerating the mastiffization of Tibetan people. She argues that Chinese netizens who say that Ding Zhen fits into the wilderness ecology and is described as “sweet and wild” are objectifying in tone and from an orientalist perspective, and that for them it is the concept of a “Tibetan mastiff”.

“Tibetan mastiff” is the Tibetan plateau dog, the price was very expensive, to millions and millions of yuan, Chinese rich people, officials to have a Tibetan mastiff to be proud of, in the plateau trading “Tibetan mastiff” is very popular, a few years ago, “Tibetan mastiff” economic collapse, was once millions of expensive “Tibetan mastiff” into a hot pot material.

Only color said: “Ding really is a small Tibetan mastiff, in their eyes would have been a good kombucha minibus, young people, will not be these people with a variety of intentions to play bad? Hard to say! Now we see that he is completely in the hands of agents and travel companies to operate, take what is written, so that Ding Zhen said, my hometown in Sichuan, simply a Tibetan would not have spoken like this, he has now become a robot.”