Tibetan flag makes Chinese soccer team stop the game being played in Germany as report in the media. The U20 Chinese soccer team who were in Germany to play a series of friendly matches with the German football clubs during their off weekends and the Chinese team stopped playing game when several Tibetan flags were displayed.Read more
Mr Kwon Pong, an ethnic Korean student who studied in America, was taken to Chinese police custody in September last year, reports the New York Times. Mr Kwon shared a selfie on Twitter where he wore a T-shirt which had the word ‘Xitler’ emblazoned on it. Mr Kwon now faces trial for “inciting subversion” and may even face prison time since the Chinese government dismissed his lawyers days before the trial began.Read more
Cambodia PM bans raising Tibetan, Taiwanese flag in his country. Hun Sen, Cambodia Prime Minister has said that his government will not allow Taiwanese and Tibetan flags to be raised in Cambodia. Sen spoke at a friendly dinner at Cambodian-Chinese Association on Saturday that the flags of Tibet and Taiwan can not be raised in China.Read more
In the fresh reshuffle in the senior posts by the Chinese Communist leadership, a new cadre responsible for the political control of the most debated region Tibet has been put in place. While at the same time the reshuffle has also been put for Yunnan and Hunan.Read more
The local Chinese authorities in Ngaba county in the South Western Chinese province Sichuan has issued a handbook in a red cover to the local Tibetan monks of the Kirti monastery whose title was targeted as a book of law for monastery according to Central Tibetan Administraion. The book primarily declares any form of peaceful protest as well as sharing of information about inside Tibet to outside the country as a serious crime prosecutable by law.Read more
A young Tibetan student in south India brings out the plight of Tibetan prisoners in Tibet to the centre stage of his college with the help of his class mates in the form of a beautiful drama. The drama was performed in the audience of the entire fraternity of his college which accounts to around 1500 people.Read more
Tibetan activist Tenzin Delek Rinpoche’s niece escaped from Chinese occupation and reached the head quarters of Tibetan exile, Dharamshala, India on last Sunday and in her press conference yesterday that her family believes that her uncle died of torture in the prison.Read more
Your star was so bright, Tenzin,
Their darkness could not bear you.
We saw you fall,
A long tail of brightness fading
Over the peaks and grasslands,
And our tears fell too.
A blog article of the Free Tibet group mentions that Tulku Tenzin Delek Rinpoche’s family member, his niece Nyima Lhamo has escaped from occupied Tibet and reached Dharamshala in India on last Sunday.
Hope this escape would lead forward the remaining of the Rinpoche’s legacy.
On Wednesday His holiness the Dalai lama was hosted by the president of the United States Barack Obama in the white house. The meeting happened behind closed door in the map room.
The White House also said that the president “reiterated the longstanding U.S. position that Tibet is a part of the People’s Republic of China, and the United States does not support Tibetan independence.” The meeting, significantly, took place in the White House Map Room, not the Oval Office where the president meets with foreign heads of state.