Three foreign based Tibetans holding valid visas on their foreign passports were expelled after eight hours of detainment at the airport blocking their entry to the country for meeting their relatives. The Tibetans were intensively questioned and searched by the officials at the airport before expelling them from the country.Read more
The latest Tibetan who set himself to fire on Saturday in protest against the Chinese calling for Freedom in Tibet succumbed to the burns and passed away on Sunday according to the sources. In addition to this tragic result, the father of the young man is also said to have detained by the Chinese authorities claiming that a huge money has been spent for treating his son.Read more
Yet again Tibetan is reported to have burnt self in protest against the Chinese invasion in Ngaba northeastern Tibet in the evening of Saturday. The incident came out in the social media where a video of the self immolation was recorded while local witnesses also confirmed the news according to Radio Free Asia.Read more
China has to pay for development in Tibet now as they took away everything once said the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama during an interview recently. While responding to a question from interviewee about his recent remark in Kolkata, the Dalai Lama said that now time has come for China to pay for the material development in Tibet.Read more
A Tibetan monk has burnt self to death in Tibet to protest against the Chinese invasion of Tibet two days ago according to the report in Tibet Times. The Tibetan monk named Tenga has resorted to the extreme step of self immolation to protest against China’s forced invasion of Tibet on Sunday, i.e., November 26 this year.Read more
Tibet remains closed for 10 days to all visitors according to the reports. The authorities have closed down Tibet to all foreign visitors since last week in view of the on going top-level government meetings being held in Beijing and Lhasa between October 18 to October 28 this year.Read more
A Tibetan man cuts own throat in protest against China in the capital of Tibet, Lhasa on last Friday according to reports. A Tibetan man who called out a solo protest against Chinese invasion of Tibet near Jhokhang Temple in Lhasa slit his own throat in the morning on Friday but the police immediately cleared out the scene and left no any traces of the incident.Read more
A detained Tibetan contested right to keep Dalai Lama picture in Tibet. The Tibetan youth living in northwest China’s Qinghai province was held by police for two weeks for the having kept the photo of exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The young Tibetan is reported to have defended his right to possess the picture of his spiritual leader.Read more
Tibetans all over the world staged protests in major world cities marking the anniversary of the Chinese occupation of Tibet last week. The anniversary also coincided with the annual news conference of Tibet’s delegation to China.
The Chinese government vowed to tackle any Anti-China and separatist sentiments with a greater resolve than before and said that it will take a clear stand against those who incite ‘anti-national’ feelings and that anything that is deemed to be fanning separatist sentiments.
Tibetans do not identify China appointed Panchen Lama when they were asked about him says The Washington Post bureau Chief in Beijing. He told that Tibetans only identified the six year old Panchen Lama recognised by the Dalai Lama. They did not relate to the Chinese appointed Panchen; Gyaltsen Norbu despite Chinese propaganda.Read more