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China sentences nine Tibetans to prison for "underworld" activity

24th April 2019
The Chinese government has sentenced nine Tibetans to prison for participating in "underworld" activityRead more

Forensic image of abducted Tibetan leader unveiled on ‘The One Show’

24th April 2019
A forensic image of Tibet's missing Panchen Lama has been unveiled on BBC's The One Show, 24 years after he was...Read more

Tibetans in poverty forced to memorise CCP leaders names in return for aid

18th April 2019
Tibetan's living in poverty must pass test on CCP leaders and the Chinese national anthem to get financial aid from the...Read more

Tibetan sentenced to 18 years in prison for protest

18th April 2019
Chinese sentence political activist Lodoe Gyatso to eighteen years in prison in unknown location.Read more

Chinese Communist Campaigns in Chamdo

16th April 2019
Chinese-state media boasts of patriotic events since 2018.Read more

Tibetan former political prisoner dies from chronic ill health

16th April 2019
Lekshey Thubten dies due to long-term poor health following release from prison Lekshey Thubten, a...Read more

US warns access to Tibet is increasingly limited

3rd April 2019
A report to US Congress demonstrates the tightening restrictions regulating America citizens, including the country’s...Read more

Monks at Sera Monastery lectured on patriotism and separatism

29th March 2019
Communist Party officials use press conference to introduce a range of new policies and restrictionsRead more

Tibetan protesters develop “severe” health conditions in Chinese prison

28th March 2019
Tibetan activists and monks have developed paralysis and eye problems in Chinese run prisons.Read more

China installed new surveillance in Tibet ahead of 1959 anniversary

13th March 2019
Facial recognition cameras were installed in Lhasa taxis ahead of 10 March.Read more

Renewed fears of Chinese censorship at Google

7th March 2019
Employees at the tech company discover ongoing work on Project DragonflyRead more

Beijing pushes ahead with crackdown on religion in China and Tibet

6th March 2019
Beijing to continue crackdown on religion, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said, despite growing international condemnation.Read more

CCP cadres dispatched to Chamdo

1st March 2019
Beijing boasts of efforts to promote patriotism throughout Tibet.Read more

Heightened Security at Kumbum Monastery

28th February 2019
Police monitor Tibetan worshippers during New Year festivitiesRead more

Beijing closes Tibet to foreigners over 60th anniversary of the 1959 uprising

26th February 2019
Beijing closes Tibet to foreigners for anniversary of 1959 uprising.Read more

China bars lawyer of jailed Tibetan activist from visiting client as “tense” anniversary approaches

20th February 2019
Imprisoned Tashi Wangchuk has been denied access to his lawyer by Chinese authoritiesRead more

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