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  • n. Plural form of splittist.

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Examples

  • According to Chinese media reports, always softened, more than 150 people have already been killed, many of them Han Chinese, with at least a thousand Uighurs plucked from the streets, branded agitators (or, worse, "splittists") and thrown into jail.

    Tom Doctoroff: The Uighur Crisis: Worse Than Tibet?

  • The Chinese authorities will then be angry that perceived "splittists" are trying to undermine China at its moment of glory.

    Jamie Metzl: Doping and Dissent: Achilles Heels of the Beijing Olympics?

  • However, on the contrary, the Chinese government has completely ignored and rejected Tibetan feelings and aspirations by brutally cracking down on them, using the accusation that they were 'splittists' and 'reactionaries' as an excuse.

    Special Message for Tibetans Living In and Outside of Tibet

  • It began life as a terse state press-release, then refashioned itself into a front-page struggle between embattled civilians and scheming "splittists", before arriving at its current manifestation: the public shaming of the purportedly anti-Chinese western media.

    Riding the Dragon

  • Beijing recently issued a surprising invitation to some members of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party -- previously condemned in the most vitriolic terms as "splittists" bent on independence for the island -- to visit the mainland.

    Turning The Page

  • Documents issued at the conference were relatively free of the usual invective against the Dalai Lama and other "splittists," creating a less politically charged atmosphere.

    Brandon Sun Online - Top Stories

  • China accuses most Tibetan and Uyghur leaders alike of being separatists and "splittists" who try to splinter China.

    China Rises: Notes from the Middle Kingdom

  • In accordance with the Party's standards, he should be one of the "splittists".

    Phayul Latest News

  • Chinese leaders have blamed "splittists" led by the exiled Dalai Lama for the uprising but for many, the only surprise is that Tibet stable for so long.

    WN.com - Articles related to India to tell US no role for China in South Asia

  • Chinese leaders have blamed "splittists" led by the exiled Dalai Lama for spurring violent Tibet and orchestrating a public relations sneak attack on the Communist Party as it gears up to host the

    WN.com - Articles related to India to tell US no role for China in South Asia

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