Further reinforcing its campaign and policy of Tibetan identity and cultural genocide, China has detained three students from Chamdo, eastern Tibet recently for speaking out against the Chinese government's Sinicisation of education policy. They are still in the custody of the Chinese police.
Dharamshala, India — At least 13 Tibetans were detained by Chinese authorities for allegedly posting photos of the recently demolished 99-foot tall Buddha statue and the three-story statue of Jetsun Jampa Gonpo (Maitreyanatha) on China's social media platform (Wechat) and for having "politically sensitive content" on their mobile phones.
Dharamshala, India — Tashi Wangchuk, the former political prisoner and Tibetan language advocate, went to Yushu city to meet with top officials to ask them to strengthen the use of the Tibetan language inside and outside the government and schools, but later Chinese police summoned him to the police station and interrogated him for more than two hours.
New York, USA — ‘Chinese authorities were committing crimes against humanity as part of a widespread and systematic attacks including mass detention, torture, and cultural persecution. Tibetans inside Tibet continued to be subjected to grave abuses, including harsh and lengthy imprisonment for exercising their basic rights,’ said Human Rights Report 2022.