Introduction ĦĦ
Chapter I Relations Between the Han and the Tibetans During the Tang and Song Dynasties
Chapter II Relations Between the Emperor of the Yuan Dynasty and the Princess of Dharma of the Sagya Sect of Tibetan Buddhism
Chapter III Ming Dynasty's Policy of Enfieffment and Tribute-Related Trade
Chapter IV The Sovereign-Subject Relationship Between the Qing Dynasty Emperor and the Dalai Lama
Chapter V British Invasion and the Birth of the Myth of "Tibetan Independence"
Chapter VI Tibet is Not an Independent Political Entity During the Period of the Republic of China
Chapter VII The Founding of the People's Republic of China and the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet
Chapter VIII Armed Rebellion in Tibet Opposed the Democratic Reform Through Which Serfs Win Human Rights
Chapter IX Tibetan People Acquired Ultimate Human Righes Through Quelling of Rebellion and Conducting the Democratic Reform
Chapter X Tibetan Institutes Regional National Autonomy and Needs No "Self-Determination"
Chapter XI The 14th Dalai Lama's Illegal "Government-in-Exile" Is a Destabilizing Factor for Asia
Chapter XII Achievements in Construction and Development
Concluding Remarks ĦĦ
Postscript ĦĦ