Tibet to see further repression as stability cited as distant goal

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www.TibetanReview.net, August 5 In an apparent move to continue and further tighten controls and strengthen restrictions, Tibet Autonomous Region’s Chinese boss Mr Zhang Qingli has said Aug 1 that there was still far to go before achieving absolute social stability in the region, claiming that the “Dalai clique” had continued […]

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Tibet under absolute Olympic security clampdown

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www.TibetanReview.net, August 5 China has announced, through the official Tibet Daily newspaper, even tougher policing in Tibet during the Olympic Games when any shows of defiance by pro-Tibet independence groups could embarrass the government before a worldwide audience, reported Reuters Jul 30. In an effort to ensure “absolute security without […]

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Dzogchen monks clash with wildlife hunting Chinese troops

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www.TibetanReview.net, August 5 Chinese troops clashed with monks of Dzogchen monastery in Palyul (Chinese: Baiyu) county of Kandze Prefecture on Jul 18, with some of the monks having been shot at, reported the exile Tibetan government’s Tibet.net Jul 26. The report did not say anything about casualties. It said the […]

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Villagers flee to mountains after protest provoked by Police highhandedness

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www.TibetanReview.net, August 1 Police highhandedness in overturning a settlement amicable reached between two feuding villages in Bathang (Chinese: Batang) County of Kardze Prefecture led to a protest by people of the affected village, reported the exile Tibetan government’s Tibet.net Jul 21, which did not know the date in Jul’08 of […]

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Chinese journalist in Tibet for positive reports about its reopening

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www.TibetanReview.net, August 1 Unable to get the publicity cooperation it sought in sponsoring junkets for foreign reporters, China arranged a free 10-day tour of Tibet for its official media reporters beginning Jul 17. The Chinese delegation, consisting of reporters from 15 major Chinese media groups, including CCTV, Guangming Daily, Xinhua […]

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Surge reported of Chinese tourists to Tibet

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www.TibetanReview.net, August 1 As the tourism season peaks, there is a surge in the number of Chinese tourists visiting Lhasa, with tickets for Lhasa or Xining becoming hard to obtain from cities like Shanghai, Nanjing and Zhengzhou, reported China’s online Tibet news en.Tibet.cn Jul 9, citing travelchinaguide.com (China). The hard […]

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Nearly 60,000 rural Tibetans moved into new ‘socialist villages’

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www.TibetanReview.net, August 1 Since 2006, the government of Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) had moved a total of 114,000 rural families covering 590,000 people into new houses under its controversial socialist village project, with the investment from its side of 7.022 billion yuan, reported en.Tibet.cn Jul 8. An en.Tibet.cn report Jul […]

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11 sentenced in Nagchu to jail terms of two to nine years

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www.TibetanReview.net, July 23’08 Five monks and six lay people were sentenced at different times to jail terms ranging from two- to-nine year jail terms in Driru (Chinese: Biru) county of Nagchu Prefecture in connection with the large-scale Tibetan protest in the area in Dec’08. Monks Bhuchung Norwa, Bhu Tengay, and […]

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Four held in Chamdo for protesting job discrimination, sending out protest news

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www.TibetanReview.net, July 23’08 Police in Nyinmo township of Palbar county in Chamdo Prefecture arrested in the beginning of Jul’08 two Tibetan men – Palden Choedak and Nyidor – for protesting against the Chinese domination of jobs in the local administration and police force, reported the exile Tibetan government’s Tibet.net Jul […]

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Chinese journalist in Tibet for positive reports about its reopening

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www.TibetanReview.net, July 23’08 Unable to get the publicity cooperation it sough in sponsoring junkets for foreign reporters, China arranged a free 10-day tour of Tibet for its official media reporters beginning Jul 17. The Chinese delegation, consisting of reporters from 15 major Chinese media groups, including CCTV, Guangming Daily, Xinhua […]

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