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China said to have resumed expulsions, demolitions at sprawling Tibetan monastic centre

June 8, 2019 10:32 pm0 comments
China said to have resumed expulsions, demolitions at sprawling Tibetan monastic centre

(TibetanReview.net, Jun08’19) – Chinese authorities have been expelling monks and nuns from a sprawling monastic study complex in Palyul (Chinese: Baiyu) County of Karze (Ganzi) Prefecture in Sichuan Province over the past one month or so, with the move still underway, reported the Tibetan Service of rfa.org Jun 7. The […]

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China approves a major new hydropower project in Tibetan territory

January 18, 2019 2:02 am0 comments
China approves a major new hydropower project in Tibetan territory

(TibetanReview.net, Jan17’19) – China has approved what would be one of its tallest dams at the junction between Tibet autonomous Region (TAR) and the Tibetan prefecture of Karze in Sichuan Province over the Yangze tributary of Jinsha, known in Tibetan as the Drichu. The National Development and Reform Commission, China’s […]

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Monk dead in 150th protest self-immolation in Chinese ruled Tibet

November 30, 2017 2:22 pm0 comments
Monk dead in 150th protest self-immolation in Chinese ruled Tibet

(TibetanReview.net, Nov30, 2017) – An elderly Tibetan Buddhist monk has died on Nov 26 in yet another protest self-immolation in Chinese ruled Tibet, with the incident having occurred in Karze (Chinese: Ganzi) County of Sichuan Province. The self-immolator has been named as Tenga, a 63-year-old monk originally from the county’s […]

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China concealing alarming Aids spread in Tibet?

September 10, 2015 8:40 pm0 comments
China concealing alarming Aids spread in Tibet?

(TibetanReview.net, Sep10, 2015) – The World Health Organization (WHO), acting in apparent concert with China, is avoiding giving information about alarming spread of Aids in Tibet, especially in Karze (or Ganze, Chinese: Ganzi) Prefecture, Sichuan Province, reported voatibetanenglish.com Sep 9. The report said Tibet was now becoming a place of […]

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