More than 150 Tibetans and their supporters shouted slogans, carried banners and waved the Tibetan flag to protest China’s handling of the unrest in their Himalayan country that began March 10.
Hundreds of Minnesotans are joining protests against the Chinese government. About 350 people loaded buses just before midnight Monday night in Saint Paul to head for the Tibetan embassy
Today evening, around thousands of Tibetans in Sertha County, Kardze, “Tibet Autonomous Prefecture” (TAP) staged a major protest demonstration in Sertha County
The Dalai Lama threatened Tuesday to step down as leader of Tibet’s government-in-exile if violence committed by Tibetans in his homeland spirals out of control
The National Olympic Committee Tibet withdrew its request to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today for a Tibetan team to participate in the Beijing Olympics. The Tibetan athletes
The Chinese government is restricting foreign journalists from entering Tibet and neighboring areas, and blocking some news, video and Internet reports about the protests
Following a solo protest that was later joined by bystanders in Lithang County on 15 March 2008, the situation in Lithang is known to be very tense with authorities’ imposing severe restriction
This morning, 18 March 2008 (11 AM Beijing Time) around 500 monks of Choephel Shing Monastery erupted into protest according to confirmed information received by the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD).
Forty four students were hospitalized while seven were in critical condition at the Landour Community Hospital in Mussoorie following a massive protest rally against the killing
TYC activists stormed the Chinese Embassy by entering separately from three different gates. The activists shouted anti-China slogans and told the Chinese official staffs inside to take