Washington DC — A large protest organised by Regional Tibetan Youth Congress in Washtong DC on November 11, 2023, to protest against Chinese President Xi's visit in the free country, they shouted: stop the genocide in Tibet, Xi Jinping is not welcome in the United States, as long as China does not respect human rights.”  The Tibetan activists also called on US President Biden to speak up for Tibet, raise the Tibet issue with Xi Jinping.

San Francisco — Members of Students for a Free Tibet protested against Xi Jinping's visit to the United States at San Francisco's Moscone Center. They climbed the Moscone Center and unfurled a banner reading: "Dictator Xi Jinping, your time is up" and shouting ‘Free Tibet now, you are not welcome in the free country and you violate the human rights of the Tibetan people’.

Dharamshala — The fourth conference of Future of Tibet, entitled "Seeds for the Future" begins on Monday in Dharamshala with the participation of more than 90 young people from seven countries. It will cover topics such as the geopolitics of Tibet, China and India, Tibetan unity, Tibetan identity, future paths for Tibet including self-determination and facing up to the future after His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

Dharamshala — Dharamshala International Film Festival announced that this year's film festival will screen over 90 feature films, documentaries, and short films from 40 countries and will begin November 4, 2023 at Upper Tibetan Children's Village School. The film festival will expose local audiences to meaningful independent cinema, promote and encourage regional filmmaking talent, and provide a forum where filmmakers and film-lovers from India and around the world could interact in an informal and intimate way.

Kolkata — Indian Tibet supporter Sandesh Meshram began his fifth cycle rally in eight Indian states, from West Bengal to New Delhi, and called on the Chinese government to release Tibetan environmentalist Karma Samdrup, who has been imprisoned to 15 years for advocating the protection of Tibet's fragile environment and Tibetan rivers, which are a source of fresh water for millions of people in countries neighbouring with Tibet.

Dharamshala — His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet, expressed his condolences to the Prime Minister and the victims of the recent earthquake in Nepal. His Holiness wrote: "I offer my condolences to the families of those who have lost loved ones. As a token of my solidarity with the people of Nepal, I hope to be able to make a donation towards the rescue and relief efforts."

Washington, D.C — The International Campaign for Tibet urged President Joe Biden to raise the issue of Tibet-China conflict resolution with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, both internally and publicly, during their expected meeting in the US next month. ICT calls on Biden to keep his 2020 campaign promise to “work with our allies in pressing Beijing to return to direct dialogue with the representatives of the Tibetan people to achieve meaningful autonomy, respect for human rights.”

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