Washington D.C. -- Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay, the democratically elected political leader of the Tibetan people, yesterday spoke to over forty Chinese scholars and students in Washington DC on the topic 'Care for the future of Tibet?'
The world must hang its head in shame for being a mute spectator to the âcultural holocaustâ in Tibet, says Major General Mrinal Suman (retd), who visited Tibet recently. Tibet continues to be an enigma to all visitors. My two visits have been no different.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and other top leaders today discussed steps for stability in Tibet to contain "anti-separatism battle" as the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) hardened its stand against the Dalai Lama, saying China's consent is important in the appointment of his successor.
International Monitors Need to Investigate Abusive Detentions, Harsh Sentences (New York) – The Chinese government’s repression of political dissent in Tibetan areas warrants fact-finding visits by United Nations human rights experts, Human Rights Watch said today, releasing a new compilation of cases and sentences against Tibetans.