Phayul in conversation with Dr Dibyesh Anand
It is an experiment because you are trying to build a stateless democracy using only a couple of percentage of total Tibetan population while claiming to represent the entire Tibet. But that is inevitable because you live in exile.
Six Tibetans arrested, Brutally beaten for anti-China protests
Chinese authorities in Tsawa Dzogang region of eastern Tibet arrested six Tibetans and brutally beat them, leaving two with broken bones, after an anti-China protest erupted in the area on February 10. Several Tibetans carried out a protest against China’s rule in front of the local Chinese government office
Tibetan youth sentenced over self-immolation photos in mobile phone
China has sentenced a Tibetan youth to two years in prison for storing images of Tibet self-immolations and the banned Tibetan national flag in his mobile phone. Ngawang Topden, 20, a student of thangka painting from Jomda region of eastern Tibet
Tibet’s tragedy: 104 self-immolations and we don’t care By Ajaz Ashraf
It is conceivable a Tibetan could in the near future again set his or her body on fire. It is also possible to imagine what the response to such an act would be – frenzied, doleful coverage of the incident by the media, a crescendo of criticism against Beijing’s suppression of a people,