A senior Tibetan leader today called for a common ground where people from East Turkestan, Tibet, and Southern Mongolia could cooperate and learn from each other’s experiences. Speaker Penpa Tsering was addressing a conference on China’s New Leadership
Coinciding with the 54th Tibetan Women’s Uprising Day, the Tibetan Women’s Association today announced a new scholarship programme for girl students in honour of female Tibetan self-immolators.
A Tibetan college student being arrested by Indian police after a group of 13 Tibetan girls stormed the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi on March 12, 2013 to mark the 54th Tibetan Women’s Uprising Day.
A group of 13 Tibetan girls, all studying at the Delhi University, stormed the Chinese Embassy today shouting slogans demanding China “to get out of Tibet.” The protest was carried out to mark the 54th Tibetan Women’s Uprising Day
Three Tibetan monks of the Yaso monastery in Bathang region of eastern Tibet staged a peaceful protest against China’s rule on March 8, raising slogans for the Dalai Lama’s long life and Tibet’s independence. Chinese security personnel arrested
Chinese authorities are carrying out a major crackdown on mobile phones in the Tibetan capital Lhasa as part of their ongoing security drive to stem the flow of information from Tibet. A special team dispatched from Beijing began scanning all mobile phones used by monks
The 54th Tibetan National Uprising Day was marked in Canada with rallies and protests outside Chinese diplomatic offices in the capital Ottawa and other cities, including Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary.
The exile Tibetan administration has categorically rejected recent allegations by a senior communist party leader in Tibet of His Holiness the Dalai Lama financially encouraging self-immolations in Tibet. Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay blamed China’s continued occupation and repression
Central and Regional Tibetan Women’s Association commemorate the 54th Anniversary of National Tibetan Women’s Uprising Day
Today on March 12th 2013, we, the Tibetan Women’s Association, commemorate the 54th anniversary of National Tibetan Women’s Uprising Day. March 12, 1959 is a significant day in the history of Tibetan women, a date on which Tibetan women rose against the brutal crackdown of the Chinese government
Tibetan Women’s Association, the largest women’s group in the exile Tibetan community, will carry out a three day-long mass campaign in the Indian capital beginning tomorrow. The ‘Tibetans Stand together in Joy and Sorrow’ campaign