Dharamshala, India – Ten human rights groups from Tibet, China, East Turkestan, Southern Mongolia, and other write a joint open letter to Chinese President Xi Jinping calling on him to submit the nearly three-year overdue state party report to the UN Committee against Torture, stating, " the PRC’s refusal to comply with the rules that they voluntarily agreed to (by signing and ratifying the Convention) undermines the fight for human rights on a global scale.“

Dharamsala, India – His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, congratulates the recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physics for the year 2022 and said, "I rejoice that this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to Anton Zeilinger and his colleagues for work that has so much potential to bring benefit to the whole of humanity.”

Toronto — Seven Tibetan activists from Canada began their three-week Peace Rally Marathon for Tibet with three demands and an appeal to the Canadian government and international communities: support for the Sino-Tibetan dialogue, the release of the 11th Panchen Lama and all political prisoners in Tibet, and return of His Holiness the Dalai lama to Tibet.

Tokyo — Sikyong of the Central Tibetan Administration, visited Japan for a week and met with Japanese parliamentarians and students from Japanese universities. He urged the parliamentarians to adopt resolutions similar to those of the US Congress and appoint a Special Coordinator for Tibet.

Dharamshala, India — His Holiness the Dalai Lama begins three-day teaching on Dharmakirti's "Commentary on Valid Cognition" on Monday for Taiwanese and people from 55 countries. During the teaching, His Holiness said, "If we want to bring peace to the world, we must pay attention to how to achieve peace of mind within ourselves."

New Delhi — In today’s world when terrorism is being considered as a great threat to humanity, human civilization, and the rule of law, the colonialism and cultural genocide being practiced blatantly by China in Tibet, East Turkistan, and Southern Mongolia the world community should take note of it and confront it as the worst form of terrorism.

Geneva — At the 51st session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, 27 UN member states, including the United States, Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Lithuania and the European Union, expressed their concern at the serious human rights violations and systematic repression in Tibet by the Chinese government.

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