The death of an 86-year-old lama named Tulku Dawa in Lhasa, Tibet, was recently revealed, despite China’s efforts to keep it hidden.
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The Tibetan people are an ethnic group that is native to Tibet, today a region in China under tight control of the central government. Significant Tibetan minorities also live in India, Nepal, and Bhutan. Also see our articles on China and Uyghur People.
After attending a pro-Tibet benefit event, Keanu Reeves, the “Matrix” star’s filmography was removed from Chinese streaming services.
Tsewang Norbu, 25, famous Tibetan singer died of self-immolation on 25 February this year protesting Chinese government repression.
Following the demolition of two massive Buddha statues, Chinese authorities in Tibet have initiated a massive ‘re-education’ campaign.
A Tibetan monk has been jailed by Chinese officials, and it appears that little is being done to address the monk’s failing health.
An announcement that local regulations that allow schools to use minority languages in classes are “incompatible with the Chinese Constitution”.
When do autocrats employ propaganda to threaten citizens with repression? Do threats of repression condition citizen behavior?
China has launched the 70th anniversary of the “liberation” of Tibet. Its envoys claim China aims to “liberate” Tibetan believers.
Hong Kong is heading toward the same fate as Tibet after China imposed a new security law that criminalises calls for independence.
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