China Locks Down Tibet Ahead of 60th Tibetan National Uprising Day

As the date inches closer to the anniversary of the 60th Tibetan National Uprising Day, China has locked down Tibet for foreign visitors. According to the latest reports, the availability of visas for foreigners travelling to Tibet has been made unavailable till April 1, i.e., for a period of more than a month and half.

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There Will be a Sunny Day for Tibet Soon Says Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Tuesday gave a special teaching at the Main Temple in McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala. During the teaching, thousands of Tibetans were gathered to receive his blessing. His Holiness acknowledged the achievements of the exile Tibetan administrations and said that there will be a sunny day for Tibet very soon.

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How Richard Gere Sacrificed Stardom to Follow Dalai Lama

The Hollywood star Richard Gere was at the peak of his career back in the 1980s when he openly stood in support of the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama and his people. The actor’s resolute stand against the mighty Chinese government cost him the stardom he deserved, leading to many film makers refusing to cast him.

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Now Tibetans of All Ages Living in India Need to Make RCs

The government of India has updated its policy regarding the issuance of Registration Certificates (RCs) to the Tibetan refugees living in the country. According to the new policy, all Tibetans living in India, irrespective of ages need to make the Registration Certificates (RCs) and the instruction has been circulated to all Tibetan settlements.

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China Says It Supports Protests Against the Tibetan Girl’s Election

Although the official statement released on Friday by China’s Consulate General in Toronto denied any role in the protests by the Chinese students against Tibetan girl’s victory in a University election, reports published by Chinese mouth piece, Global Times suggest otherwise. The reports claim that China supports the Chinese students’ actions.

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India’s Best Pakistan Revenge is Endorsing Tibet Against China

The worst of terror attacks against India happened in Jammu and Kashmir on February 14 when suicide bombings on CRPF convoy in Awantipora, Pulwama took place. Insulting India’s patience against outside intrusions, Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), openly endorsed by China, claimed responsibility for the attacked that martyred more than 40 jawans. India’s best revenge to Pakistan is to legally endorse Tibet against China, the backbone support of Pakistan.

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Chinese Students Abuse Online at Tibetan Student Elected to University President

A 22 year old Tibetan Canadian girl came victorious in the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus (UTSC) Student Union election. Despite the fact that she won the fair elections of the campus to become the President of the Students Union, Chinese students have been abusing her online for her engagements with Free Tibet campaigns.

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Pema Tseden’s Film Wins Top Prize at International Film Festival

Well known Tibetan film maker Pema Tseden’s mystery film Jinpa has won the top prize at an International Asian film festival. The 25th Cyclo d’Or (Golden Rickshaw) award at the Fica, the Festival International des Cinémas d’Asie went to the Tibetan film. Besides the Golden Rickshaw, film Jinpa also won two other awards at the film festival.

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More Than 250 Chinese Visited Dalai Lama in India Last Year

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama is based in exile in India. Dharamshala, the temporal home of the exiled spiritual leader, receives thousands of visitors from around the world to meet and seek blessings from His Holiness. Last year, more than 250 Chinese visited His Holiness at his home.

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