I just signed an urgent petition calling on the Chinese government to respect human rights in Tibet and engage in meaningful dialogue with the Dalai Lama. This is really important, and I thought you might want to take action:
After nearly 50 years of Chinese rule, the Tibetans are sending out a global cry for change. But violence is spreading across Tibet and neighbouring regions, and the Chinese regime is right now considering a choice between increasing brutality or dialogue, that could determine the future of Tibet and China.
We can affect this historic choice. China does care about its international reputation. Its economy is totally dependent on "Made in China" exports that we all buy, and it is keen to make the Olympics in Beijing this summer a celebration of a new China that is a respected world power.
President Hu needs to hear that 'Brand China' and the Olympics can succeed only if he makes the right choice. But it will take an avalanche of global people power to get his attention. Click below to join me and sign a petition to President Hu calling for restraint in Tibet and dialogue with the Dalai Lama — and tell absolutely everyone you can right away. The petition is organized by Avaaz, and they are urgently aiming to reach 1 million signatures to deliver directly to Chinese officials:
> Thank you so much for your help!
Olá Gerald, conheci melhor seu trabalho através do workshop que participei no ano passado no SESC consolação, achei muito interessante sua maneira de formar o artista, através de informações que gera um conhecimento que vai além do teatro. Atualmente estou buscando meu mestrado na UNICAMP, e gostaria de dissertar sobre a formação do artista, seria possivel além de consultar seu blog, batermos um papo para eu usá-lo como material de pesquisa? Adoraria contar contigo para este processo! Grato, Abraço! Jean Carlo Cunha
Jean Carlo Cunha