Tibet's resistance

Since being invaded in 1950, Tibetans have never stopped resisting China's occupation of their country.

From displaying a Tibetan flag to mass protests, their struggle for freedom in the face of severe repression goes on.

Interactive map of protests

Scroll over the map to see protest photos, videos and news.

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Note: This is an overview of protests. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all protests in Tibet. Some locations on the map are approximate in order provide clarity to the user.

For the latest news on resistance to Chinese occupation in Tibet, see our Protests News page. You can also read the most important news from and about Tibet here.

Protest latest

An up-to-date source of news from the protests in Tibet.

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Why China fears phones

One of the things China fears most is not Tibetan retaliation, but Tibetan communication.

Take action

You can make a difference and change China's behaviour with the simplest of actions. Find out how