China is in danger of losing its grip over Tibet and Xinjiang and needs a radical reset of its ethnic policies, experts suggest.
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Chinese Communist Party ban on retired Tibetan government employees taking part in religious activities violates China’s commitment to religious freedom.
In what is now Taiwan’s “silk road of democracy”, Taiwan’s ruling DPP, last month, sent a delegation to visit the Tibetan government-in-exile in India.
Change is possible by combining digicom with strategic nonviolence to strengthen capacity and effectiveness of Tibet movement, says Lhadon Tethong of TAI.
Chinese authorities should immediately release Tibetan monks and other peaceful critics arbitrarily imprisoned since 2008 protests across Tibetan plateau.
Chinese authorities are refusing to discuss the sentencing of a dissident who stands to become the longest-serving Tibetan political prisoner.
Tibetan Lodoe Gyamtso, set to become world’s longest serving political prisoner with new sentence announced this week since Chinese takeover of Tibet.
Tibet supporters mark 60th anniversary of failed uprising against china forcing Dalai Lama, Tibet’s traditional Buddhist leader, into exile in India.
Drugkho’s protest brings the total number of self-immolations to roughly 155 in Tibet since February 2009. The majority of those self-immolators have died.
Tibetan exiles say this is the 153rd instance of self-immolation since 2009. Most of the people who have set themselves on fire have died.