Beijing: The Chinese Army has started training Tibetan troops for conducting special operations in high altitude regions, media reports said.
Beijing: Chinese authorities in April carried out several arrests in Driru County in Nagchu, a region which is considered to be part of the so-called Tibet Autonomous Region, as the citizens were in touch with fellow Tibetans in exile.
New Delhi: Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) members on Thursday demonstrated outside the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi against the centenary celebrations of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Thimpu: The Tibetan Community of Switzerland and Liechtenstein recently submitted a five-point appeal to the UN which includes calls to end China’s cultural genocide in Tibet, its interference in Tibetan religious beliefs and traditions, among others, during their recent demonstration held parallel to the ongoing 47th regular session of the UN Human Rights Council.
Sunny Sonam, the vice president of the Regional Tibetan Youth Congress in Canada, participated in a 10-day march to protest against China’s occupation of Tibet, media reports said.
Lhasa: Outgoing Tibetan president-in-exile Lobsang Sangay has warned his people and the world against Chinese aggression in no uncertain terms.
Washington: The US has congratulated Penpa Tsering after he was elected as the next Sikyong/President of Dharamshala-based Central Tibetan Administration (CTA).
Japanese and Tibetans in Japan recently joined the 4-day online Tibet Festival Japan which was hosted by the Tibet House Japan.
Paris: Over 1500 Tibetans and Free Tibet supporters demonstrated in Paris city of France on Wednesday against decades of Chinese atrocities in Tibet.
A Tibetan activist has said it is time for China to stop violating human rights in Tibet and restore total respect for Tibetans’ cultural identity and freedom of religion.
Vancouver: Several protesters, belonging to different organizations, demonstrated against China outside the Vancouver Chinese Consulate office against Beijing's treatment towards Tibet and Hong Kong on Sunday.
London: Human rights and advocacy group Global Alliance For Tibet and Persecuted Minorities will organize an online panel discussion on February 28 to highlight the ongoing human right abuses in Tibet, East Turkistan and Hong Kong.
Lhasa: Chinese authorities have allegedly declared that local laws requiring the use of spoken and written languages among “ethnic minorities” are “unconstitutional”.
Beijing: Chinese authorities have released Tibetan activist Tashi Wangchuk from prison.