Dharamshala —Chinese authorities, the Lhasa Public Security Bureau announce awards for reporting activities related to Tibetan independence, including carrying flag, obtaining financial support from abroad, directly and indirectly supporting people working for the Tibetan cause and spreading the idea of Tibetan independence.
Chinese authorities tightened control of Tibetans on the occasion of birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Dharamshala — The Chinese authorities have tightened restrictions on Tibetans on the occasion of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's birthday on July 6, 2022. The authorities placed an observer in every 20 houses to check whether people were making Sangso and praying in their homes and ringing bells in the houses.
Tibetan university student was sentenced to three years in prison for contacting Tibetan in exile
Dharamshala — Nyima, a university student from Dhartsedho, Kham province, Tibet, was sentenced to three years in prison on June 5, 2022, by Chinese authorities for allegedly leaking state secrets to the outside of Tibet.
Tibetan writer sentenced to four and six months in prison over his writings
Dharamshala — Thupten Lodoe, a Tibetan writer from Sershul County, Dzachuka, eastern Tibet, was recently sentenced to four and six months imprisonment by the Chinese authorities over his writings that published on Chinese social media.
Former political prisoner who gave testimony about torture in Tibet dies
A renowned Tibetan monk who was repeatedly imprisoned and tortured for his peaceful protests against China's repressive rule restricting the Tibetan cultural language has passed away at his home in Tibet.
50 known cases of torture-related deaths of Tibetans inside Tibet since the 2008: CTA
Dharamshala, India — “There are at least 50 known cases of torture-related deaths of Tibetans inside Tibet since the 2008 nationwide uprising against the Chinese rule,” stated the UN, EU and the Human Rights Desk, Tibet Advocacy Section, DIIR of Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) on the occasion of the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture on June 26, 2022.
China jails a prominent writer for four years over Tibet
Dharamshala — Gendun Lhundup, a Tibetan writer and poet from Rebgong County, Amdo Province, north-eastern Tibet, was sentenced to four years imprisonment by a Chinese Intermediate People's Court on December 1, 2021, on a charge of so-called "inciting separatism".