Of course that is logical; nothing to celebrate...
From Tibet Weekly Sep 22, by the International Campaign for Tibet:
China bans foreigners from Tibet ahead of Oct 1 celebrations: China has banned foreigners from travelling to Tibet ahead of the October 1st celebrations marking 60 years of Communist rule in China. Security has been stepped up across the country to ensure nothing mars the celebrations.
As Phalyul.com wrote on September 28:
Beijing is expected to mark its 60th anniversary by the grandest martial parade in the history of modern China with a display of its military prowess. "Thursday's parade is certain to provoke an outpouring of virulent nationalism," the report said. According to Chinese military websites, the People's Liberation Army would "unveil six weapons systems, including new generation Jian-10 fighters and JL-2 ballistic missiles." Some 200,000 soldiers will march in 56 formations, one for each of the officially recognised ethnic "nationalities" in China, the report added.
Gee, I'm glad I'm not welcome.
Love & clear light,