Lhasa: Tibetan rights groups National Congress, US-Tibet Committee, Students for Free Tibet (SFT), Chushi Gangdruk NYNJ, and other non-governmental organisations recently participated in a rally at the New York Chinese Consulate to protest against China’s colonial boarding school system in occupied Tibet which has separated nearly 1 million Tibetan children aged 6 and 18 from their mothers, media reports said.
Lhasa: The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) has voiced its concern over the condition of women in Tibet.
Beijing: The Chinese government has imposed new rules for tourists who wish to visit the Tibet Autonomous Region.
New York: So-called “labour transfer” and “vocational training” programmes in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, threaten Tibetan cultural identity and could lead to forced labour conditions, UN independent human rights experts warned on Thursday.
Dharmashala: Sending a strong message to China and its machinations to disgrace the Dalai Lama, exiled Tibetan Parliament members have described the video showing the 87-year-old Nobel Peace laureate asking an Indian boy to 'suck' his tongue playfully in a live event in February as 'Chinese propaganda' blown out of proportion to discredit their supreme spiritual leader.
Lhasa: The president of the Tibetan government-in-exile has warned China that it should not interfere in selecting the successor to spiritual leader Dalai Lama.
Rome: A large section of Tibetans marked the 64th anniversary of the Tibetan national uprising in Rome recently.
Vienna: Tibetans marked the National Uprising Day in Vienna city of Austria on Friday by protesting in front of Chinese Embassy against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), media reports said on Saturday.
New Delhi: To mark the 64th anniversary of Tibetan People’s Uprising, the Centre for Himalayan Asia Studies and Engagement (CHASE) and Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) jointly organized an international webinar on “Hopes and Possibilities for a Free Tibet in the Present International Scenario.”
New York: Roughly one million Tibetan minority children in China have been separated from their families and placed into Government-run boarding schools, forcing their assimilation into the dominant culture, three independent UN human rights experts said on Monday.
Lasha: Chinese authorities in Tibet have detained a Tibetan writer and former teacher for allegedly contacting exiles outside the country, media reports said on Saturday.
Beijing: China, which has been engaged in conflict with India in recent years, is building a new dam in Tibet on a tributary of the Ganga, close to the tri-junction of its borders with India and Nepal, media reports said.
Beijing: The death toll from a snow avalanche in the district of Nyingchi in the Tibet Autonomous Region in western China has increased to 13 people, Chinese state media reported on Friday.
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.
Beijing/Lhasa: China's move of conducting "re-education" centers in Xinjiang, with an aim to target Uyghur Muslims, was first tested in Tibet, media reports said on Wednesday.