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63rd Anniversary of National Uprising Day Celebrated by Tibetans in Exile

By Tenzin Lekdhen DHARAMSHALA, March 10: The echoes of cries from 63 years ago in Lhasa against China’s invasion of Tibet still resonate in the streets today. Tibetans around the world marked the 63rd National Uprising Day today, filling the streets with anti-Chinese slogans and demands for human rights in Tibet. The Tibetan Government in Exile (CTA) held an official …

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University student detained for teaching Tibetan despite Chinese restrictions, World News

A university student was reportedly arrested earlier this month for teaching Tibetans in Chamdo and was not seen again, according to Tibet Watch. Notably, Chinese authorities have banned “informal” Tibetan language classes in many parts of Tibet that children attend outside of their schools. Authorities have also warned that anyone caught violating the government order will face “serious legal consequences …

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A delegation from the Tibetan parliament in exile meets an RJD MP and discusses the deteriorating human rights situation

NNA | Update: February 13, 2022 2:47 a.m. STI New Delhi [India]Feb. 13 (ANI): A delegation from the Tibetan Parliament in Exile met Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MP Amarendra Dhari Singh who raised the issue of Tibetans in Parliament and discussed the deteriorating human rights situation in the country by China.“The Chinese have really suppressed not only Tibetans, but also …

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Greek court postponed trial to avoid embarrassing China, activist says

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, February 8: The trial of the three activists who interrupted the live torch-lighting ceremony in Greece in October has been postponed until the end of this year. The trial was due to take place on Thursday, a day before the opening ceremony of the Olympics, but lawyers and human rights activists have accused the Greek court …

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Tibetan Monks Sent to Labor Camps for Spreading News of Buddhist Statue Destruction — Radio Free Asia

Eleven Tibetans beaten and arrested by Chinese authorities in January for spreading news of the destruction of a 99-foot-tall Buddha statue and dozens of prayer wheels in southwestern China’s Sichuan province. China, were sent to labor camps in the region, Tibetans with knowledge of the situation said on Friday. Monks Tashi Dorjee, Tsering Samdup, Nyima Lhamo and Abbot Pelga, along …

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Morality is worth more than Olympic gold – YubaNet

January 25, 2022 – During a recent discussion on Tibet and the Beijing Winter Olympics, Enes Kanter Freedom called on fellow athletes to give voice to the voiceless, saying Olympic gold medals are worth less than moral values. Freedom, the NBA player and activist, appeared on January 21, 2022 on the International Campaign for Tibet’s “Tibet Talks” live webcast. Other …

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Tibetan language advocate speaks out again after being released from prison — Radio Free Asia

A Tibetan activist is speaking out again against language restrictions after spending five years in prison for discussing the issue with Western media, RFA has learned. Tashi Wangchuk, a resident of Yulshul County in western China’s Sichuan Province, was released on January 28, 2021, after serving a prison term for “inciting separatism” and is now subject to quasi-surveillance. constant by …

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Tibetan arrested for denouncing Chinese language policy – Radio Free Asia

Authorities in northwest China’s Qinghai province arrested a Tibetan university graduate last year for denouncing Chinese policies forcing Chinese language education in Tibetan areas, RFA has learned. Loten, 23, was arrested on December 20 in Matoe County (in Chinese, Maduo) of the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Golog (Guoluo) after opposing on social media the replacement of Tibetan textbooks in schools …

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China commits “cultural genocide” in Mongolia (Report)

[ad_1] China is inflicting “cultural genocide” not only in Xinjiang and Tibet, but also in Mongolia, a newspaper report said on Friday. In its report, The HK Post said that China’s strategy of using economic tools to pressure other parties to agree to its terms is well known. A recent example is Mongolia. The report says Chinese authorities recently restricted …

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Historic conclave: Chinese bishops and priests brief Hong Kong clerics on Xi Jinping’s view on religion

[ad_1] Chinese bishops and religious leaders briefed senior Catholic clergy officials in Hong Kong on President Xi Jinping’s vision for a religion with “Chinese characteristics” at an unprecedented meeting hosted by the mainland’s representative office in the city, according to four religious. Clerics who attended or were aware of the October 31 meeting described it as Beijing’s most assertive move …

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Tibetan bikers urge Indian government to boycott Winter Games

[ad_1] A group of 15 Tibetan bikers, rallying against the Winter Olympics to be held in Beijing next year, said China does not deserve to host games that uphold the virtues of unity and world peace and called on the Indian government to boycott the same. The Tibetans, who arrived in Ahmedabad on Sunday, stressed the flagrant violation of human …

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Tibetan President Penpa Tsering: priority is to restart talks with China

[ad_1] Penpa Tsering, sikyong (chairman) of the Tibetan Central Administration (CTA) based in Dharamshala, intends to denounce China’s growing belligerence along the Indian border. The hawkish leader of the Tibetan government in exile has ordered his Ministry of State Security to prepare a report on the activities of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on the Tibetan plateau, which he intends …

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How many countries will follow the US boycott of the Beijing Olympics?

[ad_1] SEOUL – Neither President Biden nor other U.S. officials are going, but the Russian leader could. New Zealand says it decided months ago that its diplomats would not be attending. Political leaders of other nations should also bow out, whether or not they state an explicit reason. In less than two months, China will open the 24th Winter Olympics …

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This film temporarily banned Martin Scorsese from China

[ad_1] In short, Shanghai Disneyland has arrived. As part of a 2012 agreement to build a theme park in China, Disney had to officially apologize to the Chinese government for the release of “Kundun”. China not only accepted the apology, but also agreed to start releasing Disney movies again. The deal saw a massive influx of Disney products (and, by …

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New Tibetan Bilingual Website Claims to “Decode the CCP and Explain the Chinese Government’s Hidden Agenda”

[ad_1] Tibetan flag. | Wikimedia Commons Text size: A- A + New Delhi: The Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) has launched a new bilingual (English and Tibetan) website – CCP decoding – Thursday, which claims to explain and decipher the meaning and connotations of official jargon and key slogans used by the Chinese Communist Party in present-day …

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Chinese authorities restrict what Tibetan children learn about the Dalai Lama

[ad_1] Authorities in northwest China’s Qinghai Province have stepped up efforts to vilify the Dalai Lama, now interviewing Tibetan children to find out what their parents told them about the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, sources say. In the region. The new push expands efforts from 2017 to ban the display of photos of the Dalai Lama in private homes in …

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“Fractured Himalayas” rightly puts Tibet at the center of the Indo-Chinese conflict

[ad_1] Arriving just before the 60th anniversary of the Sino-Indian war, Nirupama Rao’s Fractured Himalayas examines the 13 consecutive years leading up to 1962, a period that has shaped and constrained relations between the two countries since then. Combining a diplomat’s eye for negotiation and a historian’s ease with multi-faceted explanations, Rao’s book is sure to become required reading on …

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Power in perpetuity? | Commonwealth Magazine

Unfortunately for the Chinese people, the contours of this space are constantly changing. The detention in 2015 of five activists who planned to protest against sexual harassment on public transport is one example. The CCP has long advocated for women’s equality, noting that they “hold half the sky.” But without even realizing it, these five activists had crossed a line. …

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Boston Celtics face Chinese media ban after Kanter’s comments on Tibet

[ad_1] Dissemination of the Boston Celtics of National Basketball Association (NBA) was cut in China, after comments made by one of the team’s players about Tibetan sovereignty. Describing Chinese President and Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party Xi Jinping as a “brutal dictator”, “Celtics center player” Enes Kanter detailed that he had a message for the national leader and his …

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China forces Tibetan nomads to transfer ownership of their land to government

[ad_1] (Photo: Tiber Vista) Beijing – Chinese authorities in Qinghai Province are forcing Tibetan nomads to sign an agreement that transfers ownership of their traditional lands to the government. These nomads live almost the same way their ancestors lived centuries ago, tracking and raising cattle on the lush grasslands of the Tibetan Plateau, but Chinese authorities are now preventing these …

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Borders Too Far | The times of Arunachal

[ad_1] Road leading to the border town of Anini. PC: Moji Riba Mobility for all? [ Tongam Rina ] It is rare for ordinary Arunachalees to reach the last Indo-Tibetan border crossings unless invited by the Indian military on formal occasions like peacetime border meetings with China. Clearances are extremely difficult to obtain and most of the time you don’t …

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Report – Radio Free Asia

[ad_1] China’s claims that Beijing’s 70-year rule has improved the lives of Tibetans and that Tibet has always belonged to China distort current realities and ignore historical facts, the Tibetan government-in-exile based in China said this week. India in a new report. In a report released Thursday, a day before the Chinese National Day of October 1, the India-based Tibetan …

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When will Tibet be liberated from China and how? – OpEd – Eurasia Review

[ad_1] It has now been more than six decades since China forcibly occupied Tibet by sending in its army and mercilessly slaughtering protesting Tibetans. The Dalai Lama and his supporters had no choice but to leave Tibet and China has taken severe measures to consolidate its hold over the Tibetan region. He has systematically taken steps to dilute the Tibetan …

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China’s continued attacks on ethnic Tibetans

[ad_1] (MENAFN-IANS) By Tenzin Choezom The conflict between China and Tibet is still an ongoing issue that has not been able to come to a just and justified conclusion. China’s illegal occupation of Tibet has led to a long struggle that sums up more than six decades of struggle seen mainly from the Tibetan side while there have always been …

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Does Xi Jinping play Don Quixote in Tibet? | Morung Express

[ad_1] By Vijay KrantiIANS | September 18 Going through the Chinese establishment hysteria at the sight of the Tibetan spiritual leader, the photos of the Dalai Lamas, President Xi Jinping’s efforts to occupy the Tibetan religion from within appear to be another repeat of Don Quixote. Some contradictions are quite difficult to understand, especially when they reflect fears deeply rooted …

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Tibetans detained deprived of adequate food and medical care

[ad_1] Tibet [China], September 17 (ANI): More than 100 Tibetans, who were recently detained by Chinese authorities in Kardze prefecture, Sichuan, have reportedly been denied adequate food, medical care and clothing. At least 121 residents of Dza Wonpo township in Sershul (Chinese, Shiqu) county of Kardze have been arrested over the past three weeks in a crackdown by authorities on …

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Life is Strange: True Colors Review bombed because of Tibetan flag

[ad_1] Currently it seems Life is Strange: True Colors is being criticized by Chinese users for including the Tibetan flag in one of its downtown stores. Life is Strange: True Colors takes place in the fictional town of Haven Springs Colorado and its main street includes a wide range of shops such as a bicycle shop, a marajuana dispensary and …

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9 things to know before visiting Tibet

[ad_1] Monks, monasteries and mountains. Tibet is one of the most unique places you will visit. Known as the “roof of the world”, the “third pole” or the “land of snows”, Tibet is one of the most intriguing and mysterious places in the world. This massive land is home to Buddhist monasteries, historic sites, vast snow-capped Himalayan mountains, furry yaks, …

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Where wealthy Chinese travelers are going during the pandemic

[ad_1] (CNN) – The sandy shores of Sanya. The mountains of Yunnan. Giant pandas sanctuaries in Sichuan. Wealthy Chinese travelers may not be able to travel overseas easily these days, but there is no shortage of attractive travel destinations in their own backyards. And it looks like the country is gearing up for another domestic travel boom ahead of Golden …

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Activists challenge US broadcaster of Beijing Olympics

[ad_1] By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMHALA, August 9: Dozens of Tibetan, Uyghur and Hong Kong activists entered the premises of the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) studios New York merchandise store at Rockefeller Center on Sunday. Activists staged a flash mob to protest and call on NBC not to broadcast the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics slated for February. Led by the organization …

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Integration or intimidation? – The Organization for World Peace

[ad_1] President Xi Jinping, along with several other senior Chinese government and military officials, paid a visit to the Tibet Autonomous Region on July 23.rd. This visit, the first that Xi has made to Tibet since taking office, coincides with the 70e anniversary of the forced peace agreement between Tibet and invading China. Xi visited several controversial Tibetan environmental, cultural …

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Scattered across the Himalayas, glimpses of a changing Tibet

[ad_1] I was sitting in the dark yak-haired tent of a nomadic family in Ladakh, in the Indian Himalayas. Outside, scruffy sheep searched for greenery among the cold barren lunar landscape, and great raptors circled in the thermals. As we gathered around the hearth, the old man handed me a small glass of salted yak butter tea. “There were wolves …

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Dalai Lama turns 86: debate over reincarnation accelerates

[ad_1] “The reincarnation of living Buddhas, including the Dalai Lama, must comply with Chinese laws and regulations and follow religious rituals and historical conventions.” By Lieutenant-General SL Narasimhan (retired), His Holiness the Dalai Lama (HHDL) celebrates his 86th birthday on July 06. His advanced age and China’s intransigence in negotiating with him brought to light the question of Tibet and …

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Guilty Gear Strive stealth fixes the mention of Uyghurs, Tibet and Taiwan in entry of Chinese tradition • Eurogamer.net

[ad_1] A stealthy Guilty Gear Strive patch removed reference to Uighurs, Tibet, and Taiwan in a lore related to China. The change was highlighted on the ResetEra forum on June 21 after it appeared on Strive’s Steam forum following a patch released on June 18 that brought Strive to version 1.03. Neither Guilty Gear Strive publisher Bandai Namco nor developer …

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