In what could have ominous portents for India’s security concerns, China is going full-steam ahead with its ambitious railway project involving a versatile feeder-line through Tibet which would make possible the deployment of PLA soldiers on the borders at short notice.
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) releases today its new publication entitled “2002 Annual Report: Human Rights Situation in Tibet”. This report takes a hard look at China’s compliance with the two
Organized by Regional Tibetan Youth Congress Hyderabad, and joined by Vijayawada RTYC, Friends OF Tibet Hyderabad, Friends oF Tibet Baroda, Mr. G. Venkateshwar Rao, ABVP (Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad), and individuals from Tibetan Refugee Welfare Association
Tibetan Buddhist monks will grace Lincoln this week with a special type of painting – spiritual sand painting. As part of the “Arts of Tibet: Object and Performance” exhibit at the Lentz Center for Asian Culture, Hewit Place, 1155 Q St.
Seven Tibetan Buddhist monks employed droning chants, clashing cymbals, ringing bells and blowing horns as they prayed for world peace Saturday morning in this desert resort town.
The rise of China as an important player in the global economy and political structure has far-reaching ramifications for various regions of the world, and the Middle East is no exception.
As an active supporter of the Tibetan people and their fight for freedom, I often have to work with pro-Palestinian, anti-Israeli, liberal, activists. My fellow Tibet supporters are baffled by my support for Israel: “How can you support Tibetan freedom (as my bumper sticker declares) and also support Israel who continues its occupation of Palestine.”