(TibetanReview.net, Feb21, 2017) – China on Feb 19 gloated with satisfaction over the fact that Switzerland had, in Jul 2016, “revised” its immigration policy for Tibetan refugees, requiring them to change their nationality to “Chinese”. The country had, for a long time, allowed Tibetans to identify themselves as citizens of […]
Gov’t & Leaders on Tibet
(TibetanReview.net, Feb11, 2017) – The current situation in Tibet was the topic of discussion Feb 9 between German...
(TibetanReview.net, Feb10, 2017) – The exile Tibetan administration’s Office of Tibet at Brussels has organised...
(TibetanReview.net, Feb07, 2017) – To make a point of giving further boost to his long-standing “One China” credentials,...
(TibetanReview.net, Feb06, 2017) – China has responded with rebuff at US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s remarks during his Senate confirmation hearing that he will commit to encourage dialogue on Tibet and to receive the Dalai Lama. The US should stop using Dalai Lama to create trouble for China, which […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Feb03, 2017) – While the new US President Donald trump has been largely silent on issues like Tibet and human rights, his Secretary of State Mr Rex Tillerson has said he will commit to encourage dialogue on Tibet and to receive the Dalai Lama, according to Washington-based International Campaign […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Jan19, 2017) – Michael Pillsbury, a China advisor to Donald Trump and author of several books on the country, has on Jan 17 angrily denied reports that the US President-elect had turned down a request for a meeting by Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. In fact, he […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Jan17, 2017) – Taiwan is to formally dissolve its Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission as part of a restructuring plan, with its administrative businesses not to be transferred to the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) as planned by the previous administration, reported taipeitimes.com Jan 16, citing a draft bill submitted […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Dec16, 2016) – The European Parliament has on Dec 15 adopted a resolution, expressing serious concern on the human rights situation especially in Tibet and East Turkestan (Chinese: Xinjiang), with the ongoing destruction at the Larung Gar Buddhist institute, probably the world largest Buddhist learning centre located in Serta […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Dec15, 2016) – A group of 82 members of the Diet, the Japanese parliament, on Dec 14 morning announced the launch of a group within the parliament to support the issue of Tibet. The members of the group – the All Party Japanese Parliamentary Group for Tibet – come […]Read more ›