60 Years of National Humiliation

This year marks sixty years of Chinese occupation of Tibet. For Tibetan people, it means sixty years of national humiliation in the form of oppression, dispossession, displacement, discrimination and separation. It is this denial of the right to determine our national destiny and having to submit to a foreign power whose goal is to destroy our consciousness as a nation.      

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NGOs Appeal Swiss Govt. to Step Up Protection of Tibetans

Non Governmental Organizations in Switzerland has urged its government to step up against China to protect human rights situation inside Tibet. The appeal calls upon the government to seek ways during its dealings with China to ensure respect for human rights of the people in the country.

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China Ban Tibetan Kids Attending Classes in Monasteries During Vacation

The local Chinese authorities in parts of occupied Tibet has banned Tibetan school going kids from attending extra classes provided by the local monasteries during their vacations. In a circular release by the local Chinese authorise in Qinghai’s Nangchen county seeks to stop Tibetan kids from attending classes given by the local Tibetan monasteries.

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China Under Pressure for Suppression of Ethnic Minorities in Tibet, Xinxiang and Hong Kong

The report of CERD, the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, has ruffled feathers in Chinese leadership. The review
took place at United Nations last month in presence of Chinese delegation. The Chinese have upped the ante against ethnic Uyghurs by
putting the dissenters in ‘Re-Education’ camps. Tibetans have already been subjected to such strategies albeit without much success so far as they have been resolute to retain their distinct cultural identity.

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China Deprives Benefits to Tibetan Family Keeping Dalai Lama Photo at Home

According to the recent report in Radio Free Asia, the Chinese local authorities in Tibet has deprived the benefits entitled to a Tibetan family from the government for having caught them displaying a photo of His Holiness the Dalai Lama at their home. The local Chinese officials caught the family in a surprise visit to their home.

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Tibetan Nuns Face Sexual Abuse in China’s Re-education Centers

Tibetan nuns who have been illegally detained into China’s state run re-education centers face brutal gang rapes and sexual abuses according to the recent reports by Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD). China has been carrying out various programs to force their party education into the Tibetans, especially engaged in religious institutions.

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US Vice President Says Tibetans Brutally Repressed by China

In a rare admittance from a high profile foreign official on the international stage, the Vice President of United States of America during the keynote address at the first ever U.S. State Department’s Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, told that the Tibetan people continue to be brutally repressed by the Chinese government.

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China Restrict Tibetans Celebrating Dalai Lama Birthday in Tibet

China is imposing restriction upon the Tibetans inside Tibet as a part of the government’s campaign “criminal gangs connected to the separatist forces of the Dalai Lama” and restricting the ethnic Tibetans from making celebrations on the approaching of His Holiness the Dalai Lama birthday and it even led to two Tibetans’ arrest.

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Tibetans Should Choose Dalai Lama’s Reincarnation Says US

United State’s government led by President Donald Trump’s administration in a the report sent to the Congress expressed its concerns over the Chinese government’s interference in the selection, education and veneration of Tibetan Buddhist religious leaders and told that the Tibetan people should choose the Dalai Lama’s reincarnation.

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Denmark Police to Compensate Activists for Snatching Tibetan Flag

As a result of a case filed against the Denmark police in Copenhagen by a bunch of Tibet activists for violently snatching away Tibetan National flags during a peaceful demonstration against Hu Jintao in 2012, the police are now compensating the activists with a DKK 20,000 in an acknowledgment that the incident was serious mistake by the police.

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