Showing posts from February 26, 2012

Under lockdown

Tibetan town sees security crackdown

Czech FM expresses “serious unease” about situation in Tibet at UN

Stability stressed in Tibetan areas

China house arrests poetess, cuts off internet in Tibet

Tibetan writer says China blocks her from award

China's top Tibet official orders tighter control of Internet

Report: Tibetan dies while bombing building in western China

Brahmaputra dries up in Arunachal Pradesh town! Is China responsible?

Arrest and protests mar ‘Losar’ week in Tibet

World Bank says China’s economic growth unsustainable, Suggests reforms to avoid social unrest

Why Violence in Tibet Is Getting Worse

Don't forget Tibet

A Chinese official proposed the complete removal of Tibet’s legal identity and minority status in official documents as a possibility to solve the recent unrests among Tibetan activists.

International media presence in Lhasa worse than Pyongyang, says press freedom group

Detained Tibetans stage hunger strike in Nepal

Popular Tibetan comedian held in Lithang, whereabouts unknown

Tibetan suicides are tinder for future unrest in China

Interview: Robert Barnett on Why Tibetans Are Setting Themselves on Fire