Turmoil in TibetThe influence of Wuchang Uprising rapidly spread to the frontier region. Many of the Qing Army in Tibet were members of Ge Lao Hui, and there were internal strifes going on. These Tibetan armies ended up struggling against each other, and Tibet fell into a state of anarchy. In the winter of 1911, the Qing Governor of Sichuan Zhao Erfeng were executed by radical civilians, and the situation turned worse as the region of Xikang fell into turmoil as well. The British colonial government in India along with the 13th Dalai Lama took the opportunity and ignited the contradiction between Han Chinese and Tibetan radicals. As a result, the Han Chinese in Tibet were being constantly killed, and Dalai Lama were able to eliminate the Qings influence in Tibet and return as the sole administrator of the region. The Qing army in Tibet were unable to resist the Dalai Lama and the British colonial army, and fled back to inland China via India.