A refugee from Tibet describes their fears about colonial boarding schools and Tibetans' joy of seeing a video of the exiled Dalai Lama
A Tibetan refugee's account of life in Tibet
A refugee's account of life in Tibet, from her family's struggles during the Cultural Revolution to lockdown in Lhasa
Former political prisoner and Tibetan language rights activist Tashi Wangchuk, was beaten for posting a video of government staff refusing his business license registration.
An eight-year-old refugee recounts her escape from occupied Tibet.
The Bureau of Education of Kardze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture issued a notification in early September this year forbidding Tibetan language classes from primary to high secondary schools in the prefecture. The recent notification follows a notice…
The student, whose identity is being kept anonymous, recounted their experience of being in a human trafficking operation.
Tsultrim was sentenced to two years in prison for possessing photos of the Dalai Lama on his phone.
Earlier this year in spring, our research partner Tibet Watch conducted a series of interviews with a group of newly arrived Tibetan refugees in Dharamsala, northern India, who escaped from occupied Tibet. In this fourth interview, a refugee…