Washington DC — The Chinese communist-authoritarian government's oppressions in occupied Tibet goes back decades, thousands of Buddhist monks and nuns have been evicted from their residences in just the past year alone, said David Stilwell, the U.S. State Department’s top official for East Asia who recently testified before the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Tibet, Eastern Turkistan and Hong Kong.
Washington DC — In a new bipartisan bill, recently introduced in the U.S. Congress will increase the U.S. support for Tibet and its people, especially on the crucial issue of selecting the next Dalai Lama with proposed penalties including the freezing of assets and denial of entry to the United States.
Washington DC — The Washington-based advocacy group "International Campaign for Tibet" (ICT) has welcomed the new Tibet bill which has been introduced in the US Congress, if passed will require Chinese officials who attempt to interfere in the reincarnation system of Tibet to be subjected to targeted sanctions.
Washington D.C — In his indestructible effort to drum up support among members of the U.S. Congress for a new "Tibet Policy Act", President of the Tibetan government in-Exile met with several US lawmakers and officials, while lobbying the federal government of the United States to keep pressure on China to peacefully resolve the issue of the occupied Tibet.
Dharamshala, India — Outraged by continuing human rights violations in Tibet and the atrocities committed against Tibetan people since China's invasion of Tibet, acting President of the Tibetan government in-Exile urges the Tibetans around the world to remain observant and to commit to playing a constructive role in the democratic process.