Colombo: China on Tuesday expressed its disapproval over a suggested visit of the Dalai Lama to Sri Lanka as it warned the island nation the trip could adversely affect the bilateral ties, media reported.
Lhasa: Since the Chinese government’s introduction of “Management Measures for the Reincarnation of Living Buddhas in Tibetan Buddhism” in 2007, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has consistently misused the authority to administer Tibetan monastic societies in general and recognition of reincarnations in particular for its political interests.
Beijing: A Chinese court has sentenced a Tibetan writer and educator known for expressing loyalty to exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama to 10 years in prison.
Beijing: Chinese authorities in Qinghai province have started restricting Tibetan children about what they read about spiritual leader Dalai Lama.
Sichuan: Chinese police in Sichuan province recently arrested 60 Tibetans as they were found with photos of exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.
Beijing: During his visit to Tibet recently, Beijing's appointed Panchen Lama has said Buddhist people have been asked to stay away from “separatist forces” and adapt their religion to “socialism and Chinese conditions”.
New York: US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) on Friday asked the Chinese government to reveal the whereabouts of Tibetan Buddhism's 11th Panchen Lama.
Washington: The United States has said China should have no role to play in deciding the successor of spiritual leader Dalai Lama.
Tibetan religious leader Dalai Lama is just five years away from making a decision on his reincarnation and experts fear that his death could spark a religious crisis in Asia.
Geneva/IBNS: In more support for New Delhi and booes for Beijing, several Tibetians held a cycle rally against China calling the country's Communist Party "terrorist" besides cheering for India before the UN complex in Geneva in Switzerland.
Bodh Gaya: Buddhist spiritual leader Dalai Lama has said the Chinese government can physically capture Tibet but they cannot control the minds of the people from the region.
Washington/Beijing/IBNS: In what can be seen as a sign of standing with the people of Tibet, the US Hosue of Representatives last month passed the Tibetan Policy and Support Act (TPSA) which aims at strengthening policy in connection with the region. It also intends to sanction Chinese officials from interfering in the succession process of Tibetan religious leader Dalai Lama.