Dharamshala, India – A Tibetan man from Kham Driru County died after suffering from injuries and beating by Chinese police while he was in prison, on February 6, 2021.
Dharamshala, India – A Tibetan man was arbitrarily sentenced to 13 years of imprisonment by Chinese authorities for allegedly helping Tibetans who are escaping to India. The arbitrary punishment came to light seven years later only under the excessive control and constant surveillance of China in occupied Tibet.
Dharamshala, India — A Tibetan in occupied Tibet self-immolated five years ago in protest against the brutal policies of China in Tibet. The incident came to light five years later only under the excessive control and constant surveillance of China over Tibet. The lack of basic freedom in Tibet, pushed Tibetans to take extreme steps such as self-immolations.
Dharamshala, India — Tashi Wangchuk, was released after serving his five-year prison term in Chinese jail. He is a Tibetan environmental and language rights activist imprisoned for speaking out about the lack of language rights under the repressive policies of China in occupied Tibet. He arrived at his second sister’s home in the afternoon of January 28, 2021.
Dharamshala, India — The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) observed a prayer service to mourn the death of Shurmo, a young and promising Tibetan who passed away five years ago due to self-immolation. He along with many Tibetans were protesting against China’s repressive policies in their home, Tibet. The news of self-immolation was heavily censored and remained a secret for the past five years until last week when it was smuggled out of Tibet into the free world.
Dharamshala, India — China announced a ‘strike hard’ campaign against online contents aimed at splitting the nation and undermining the national unity in Tibet. As per the report of Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD), the communist regime of China declared more restrictive measures in occupied Tibet with tighter internet censorship on December 28, 2020.