(TibetanReview.net, Sep07, 2016) – A coalition of human rights organization in Taiwan has on Sep 5 announced that it will collaborate with the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile through the setting up of an All-Party Parliamentary Group for Tibet in the Taiwanese Parliament. The coalition, the Human Rights Network for Tibet and Taiwan […]
Gov’t & Leaders on Tibet
(TibetanReview.net, Aug22, 2016) – Recalling the days of peace and tranquillity which prevailed along India’s Himalayan...
(TibetanReview.net, Aug19, 2016) – India’s Samajwadi Party leader and former Defence Minister Mr Mulayam Singh Yadav...
(TibetanReview.net, Aug12, 2016) – The US government has on Aug 8 urged China not to infringe on the right of Tibetans...
(TibetanReview.net, Aug05, 2016) – A cross-party group of Indian MPs supporting the issue of Tibet on Aug 2 passed a resolution, reaffirming support for the Tibetan cause, said the exile Tibetan administration at Dharamshala, India, on its Tibet.net website Aug 3. The resolution was passed at a meeting of the […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Jul22, 2016) – China has on Jul 20 condemned the US Republican Party’s 2016 platform adopted at the Republican National Convention on Jul 18 which, among other things, accused China of practicing cultural genocide in Tibet and making ludicrous claims in the South China Sea. China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, May05, 2016) – Re-designating China as a “country of particular concern” (CPC), the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) on May 2 released its 2016 Annual Report, noting that it continued to “implement a discriminatory and at times violent crackdown” on Tibetan Buddhists as well as Uyghur Muslims […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Apr12, 2016) – As if it is not hard enough already, life for the Tibetans living in Nepal appears set for further restrictions following reports that China’s Chief of Army Staff, Mr Fang Fenghui, had proposed to increase cooperation in clamping down on any type of Free Tibet activities […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Apr04’16) – Eleven members of the US Congress have on Mar 31 urged Secretary of State John Kerry to take up with the government of China the issue of Tibetan political prisoners, specifically mentioning three of them as of particular concern. The three, all Buddhist monks, have been named […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Mar31’16) – As Chinese President Xi Jinping continued his visit to the Czech capital Prague on the second day on Mar 29, there have been reports of further protests both by political leaders and civil society groups over China’s repressive policies in occupied Tibet. In particular, the lawmakers belonging […]Read more ›