(TibetanReview.net, Oct21, 2016) – A Tibetan Buddhist monk belonging to Kirti monastery in Ngaba (Chinese: Aba) County of Sichuan Province lies critically injured in hospital after he was detained and severely beaten by Chinese police for carrying out a lone street protest, reported the Tibetan Service of Radio Free Asia […]
(TibetanReview.net, Oct13, 2016) – While booting out thousands of monks and nuns who had come from outside the local...
(TibetanReview.net, Oct09, 2016) – The number of tourists visiting Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is not as impressive...
(TibetanReview.net, Oct08, 2016) – Hundreds of Chinese officials from Tibet Autonomous Region and other Tibetan territories...
As China’s demolition and expulsions continue, 2,000 nuns ordered to leave famed Tibetan Buddhist learning centre
(TibetanReview.net, Oct06, 2016) – Having been issued an ultimatum by the government of China to carry out the dirty work, officials of the Larung Gar Buddhist Institute, the famed Tibetan Buddhist learning centre in Serta (Chinese: Seda) County of Sichuan Province, have asked 2,000 student nuns to volunteer to leave […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Oct02, 2016) – China said it had blocked on Sep 30 a tributary of the Yarlung Tsangpo river (the Brahmaputra in India) as part of its most expensive hydro project in occupied Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR). It was not clear yet, however, what impact, if any, this will have […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Sep10, 2016) – Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is the only provincial-level government in the People’s Republic of China which does not ask legal experts instead of government officials to screen judges, prosecutors, reported english.caixin.com Sep 8. All Chinese province-level governments except TAR have set up independent committees to select […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Sep06, 2016) – The local Chinese government of Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) has said it will launch the process to make Nagqu (Tibetan: Nagchu) Prefecture the region’s sixth City. The change from prefecture to City is associated with more rapid urbanization which in Tibet’s case means more Chinese settlers […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Sep03, 2016) – Secret trials and imprisonments appear to continue to be the norm in Chinese ruled Tibet even after much publicized supposed reforms in China’s criminal justice system. In a latest known instance, a Tibetan monk who disappeared after being taken away by Chinese police for staging a […]Read more ›
(TibetanReview.net, Sep01, 2016) – For advocating the preservation and promotion of the Tibetan people’s linguistic heritage, China has accused a 31-year-old entrepreneur named Tashi Wangchuk for inciting separatism and has now completed an investigation to try him for the alleged offence. He was taken into custody from the town of […]Read more ›