Tibet


Tibetan Freedom Fighter Ama Adhe Passes Away In Dharamshala Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

By N24 Correspondent, NEW DELHI:- Tibetan freedom fighter, Ama Adhe, who spent 27 years in a prison of the Chinese communist totalitarian regime for taking part in the Tibetan resistance against China's invasion of Tibet in the late 1950s, passed away at the age of 88 in Dharamshala, India on..

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A Draconian Regime Of China Sunday, July 19th, 2020

By N24 Correspondent, NEW DELHI:- To bring worldwide attention and support for the current critical situation in Tibet under the Chinese totalitarian communist oppressive regime, the India-based five leading Tibetan non-government organizations (NGOs) have called upon the international communities,..

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Tibetan Students Now Taught Mainly in Chinese: Report Thursday, March 5th, 2020

A growing emphasis on Chinese-language schooling in Tibet, though facilitating greater participation in China’s modern economy, is slowly destroying the cultural identity of Tibetan schoolchildren, according to a report released on Thursday by Human Rights Watch. China’s education policy in..

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Infections Continue to Climb in Sichuan’s Tawu County Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

Confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in Sichuan’s Tawu county are continuing to climb, with three new cases reported on Wednesday bringing the total to 60, all of them ethnic Tibetans, sources in the region say. In a Feb. 19 statement, the Health Commission of the Kardze (in Chinese, Ganzi)..

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Bill to Support Tibet Moves Forward in the US Congress Thursday, December 19th, 2019

WASHINGTON: A new bill to strengthen U.S. policy in support of Tibet moved forward in the U.S. Congress this week, with unanimous approval given on Wednesday by the House Foreign Affairs Committee. The Tibetan Policy and Support Act (TPSA) of 2019 will next go the House for a floor vote. No date..

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