Monks from Tsang monastery south of Rebkong, Qinghai, participated in a peaceful protest involving hundreds of people on Sunday (March 18). The monks distributed leaflets and posters wi
Situation deteriorates in Bora monastery
Bora monastery in Sangchu, eastern Tibet is under lockdown as the situation continues to remain tense following more arrests and protests yesterday. Chinese security officers entered Bora monastery at around 2 am (local time)
On Water Day, Let’s Protect Tibet’s Rivers for Asia’s Survival
To mark ‘World Water Day’ 2012 , the Women’s Environment and Development Desk (WEDD) of the Central Tibetan Women’s Association is spearheading a signature drive for the petition titled ‘Nomads for a Planetary Third Pole,’ originally launched at the Buddhist Kalachakra teaching in Bodh Gaya in January.
12-year-old dies after police use explosives on protesting Tibetans
In additional reports coming out of Tibet on the March 18 mass protests in Ba county, a Tibetan minor was killed after Chinese security forces used explosives and tear gas to disperse the unarmed protesters.
While supporting Tibet, Taiwan must also acknowledge our history By Tenzin Nyinjey
I was deeply moved by Taiwan Solidarity Union, a political party sitting on opposition in Ma Ying-jeou’s government, expressing support to the Tibetan people.
Two self-immolation attempts foiled in Tibet
Chinese security personnel have foiled self-immolation attempts by two Tibetans in the past few days, after reports surfaced of Chinese authorities announcing financial rewards to the public for providing information on planned immolations
Tibetan woman dies demanding whereabouts of her ‘disappeared’ brother
A Tibetan women in Zatoe, Yulshul, died in a hospital after she fell unconscious at a Chinese security office demanding the whereabouts of her brother last Thursday. She had been approaching the PSB office a number of times
In hospital, Tibetan hunger striker continues fast
Into his second day in hospital, Dorjee Gyalpo, one of the three Tibetan hunger strikers, is continuing his fast demanding United Nations intervention in the ongoing crisis inside Tibet.