IT IS our responsibility in Britain - perhaps the only European country to have had relations with an independent Tibet before 1950 - to make life difficult for the Chinese. This can be done in many ways. We can read about Tibetan history, which China now seeks to rewrite. We can tell others what is happening. We can boycott Chinese goods. We can attend vigils and protests, such as the Vigil for Tibet, held at 6pm on Wednesdays opposite the Chinese Embassy in London. Each action, however small, makes life more uncomfortable for the Chinese government and gives heart to the Tibetan people.