Dharamshala, India — Tibetan activists from Students for a Free Tibet-India and Tibetans in Dharamshala commemorated the 109th anniversary of Tibetan Independence Day, which was declared by His Holiness the 13th Dalai Lama on February 13, 1913. “Observing independence day is a powerful expression of people's desire for freedom,” said Rinzin Choedon, national director of SFT.

Dharamshala, India — “The Tibet Museum highlights our cultural and political struggle and our resilience. The objective of the museum is to educate, increase awareness of Tibet, and tell our story of exile to a global audience,” said Tashi Phuntso, director of The Tibet Museum, while introducing the new Tibet Museum at its inauguration.

Dharamshala, India — “What is happening in Tibet alone is sufficient to justify a boycott of Beijing 2022. From the recent sentencing of Tibetan intellectuals and activists like Go Sherab Gyatso, to the destruction of a giant Buddha statue in Drakgo, Tibet, the Chinese government is hellbent on eradicating Tibetan culture and identity,” said Rinzin Choedon, national director of SFT-India.

Leh, India —Regional Tibetan Youth Congress (RTYC) Leh and Regional Tibetan Women Association (RTWA) Leh urged all Tibetans to observe a black day on February 4, 2022, the start day of the Beijing Olympics, to protest against the CCP's human rights violations in Tibet, East Turkestan, and Hong Kong.

Delhi — Tibetan activists and Tibetans staged a protest against the opening of the Beijing Olympics in front of the Chinese embassy in Delhi, saying that the Chinese government is using the Olympics to whitewash its crimes against Tibetans, Uighurs, Hong Kong, and other minorities under Chinese occupation.

Dharamshala — Tibetan non-governmental organisations and activists urge governments and athletes to join and support the boycott of the Beijing 2022 Olympic Games to protest against Chinese Communist Party human rights violations in Tibet, East Turkestan, Hong Kong, Southern Mongolia, and China.

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