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Imprisoned Tibetan rights activist unable to see lawyer as he passes one year since trial
10th June 2019
Tashi Wangchuk. CTA. 2018
Chinese authorities have prevented Tashi Wangchuk's lawyer from seeing his client in prison, as the Tibetan activist...
Chinese and Tibetan activists join forces for Tiananmen Square anniversary vigil
5th June 2019
Protesters who gave their lives remembered
Chinese and Tibetan activists joined forces on Tuesday to...
Senior Chinese politician visits Tibet to combat Tibetan nationalism
3rd June 2019
Senior Chinese politician and Politburo Standing Committee member, Wang Yang has visited eastern Tibet to combat...
Chinese government orders Buddhist monastery to “rectify” architecture of temple
30th May 2019
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Buddhist monastery in China ordered to change Tibetan architecture
Buddhist monks uncover photos identifying three Tibetans who self-immolated in 2012
24th May 2019
Tibetans who self-Immolated in 2012 identified
Buddhist monks and Tibet Watch have obtained photographs identifying three Tibetans self-immolators
China forces 30,000 monks and nuns to take exams on Chinese law
23rd May 2019
Monk taking a Chinese law exam. Ganden Monastery in Lhasa.
Authorities in Tibet have forced around 30,000 monks and nuns across the TAR to take exams on Chinese law. The tests...
CCP orders primary and middle school lessons to be taught in Chinese
22nd May 2019
Golok Prefecture Education Department Notice. 2019.
Primary and middle school classes to be taught only in Chinese, CCP authorities tell Golok prefecture
Former Google CEO defends company's censored search engine plans
16th May 2019
Eric Schmidt told the BBC that an initiative like Project Dragonfly could help China "be more open"
Former Tibetan political prisoner dies at 50
13th May 2019
Yeshi Gyatso, who was tortured during his time in prison, dies at fifty
National calligraphy day marked by Tibetans
9th May 2019
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Tibetans celebrate their native writing practices amid fears of threats to culture.
Tibetans sentenced to prison after Panchen Lama gathering
9th May 2019
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Dolkar and his nephew Wangchen were sentenced on 8 May. Their current whereabouts are unknown
Death threats against a pro-Tibetan university student in Canada were 'likely' organised by Chinese diplomats, source says
2nd May 2019
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Chemi Lhamo received numerous threats after her election as student union president earlier this year...
China arrests Tibetan university student for writing a critical essay
1st May 2019
People take part in the civil service examination at Huazhong University of Science and Technology on April 24, 2011 in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China.
A Tibetan student has been arrested after writing an essay which criticises the lack of government job opportunities...
Tibetan Former Political Prisoner Dies From Ill Health Following Torture
30th April 2019
Pema Wangchen dies from unspecified health issues following release from prison
Pema Wangchen, a...
New Tibetan social security cards prompt surveillance fears
26th April 2019
Privacy fears as Chinese authorities roll out personal social security cards in Tibet.
China sentences nine Tibetans to prison for "underworld" activity
24th April 2019
Sentencing at Rebkong County People's Court. 10 April 2019.
The Chinese government has sentenced nine Tibetans to prison for participating in "underworld" activity
Forensic image of abducted Tibetan leader unveiled on ‘The One Show’
24th April 2019
Panchen Lama. Forensic Image.
A forensic image of Tibet's missing Panchen Lama has been unveiled on BBC's The One Show, 24 years after he was...
Tibetans in poverty forced to memorise CCP leaders names in return for aid
18th April 2019
Tibetan being tested by the CCP to get financial state aid
Tibetan's living in poverty must pass test on CCP leaders and the Chinese national anthem to get financial aid from the...
Tibetan sentenced to 18 years in prison for protest
18th April 2019
Chinese sentence political activist Lodoe Gyatso to eighteen years in prison in unknown location.
Chinese Communist Campaigns in Chamdo
16th April 2019
Chinese-state media boasts of patriotic events since 2018.