Search Results for: Lhasa riots

Netizens Find Space to Comment on Lhasa Riots

Tibetan unrest has prompted the Chinese government to undertake its most comprehensive Internet censorship campaign in recent memory. YouTube has been blocked inside China, presumably to stop the spread of videos of the chaos in...

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China Jails 12 More Tibetans Over March Riots

From Reuters: Chinese courts jailed 12 more rioters for their roles in unrest in Tibet, state media said, weeks before the Beijing Olympics and after Beijing deported a Tibetan British woman it accused of anti-government...

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Ahshn: Lhasa Witness, March 2008

From the Woeser’s blog, translated by Perry Link and students of Chinese 153 at Yale University: In March, 2008 the weather was cooler than normal in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, as the anniversary of “March...

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Lhasa Riot Rage Rendered in Hip-Hop

Chinese anger over the Tibet riots and Western media’s coverage of them has now been immortalized in a rap song. Entitled “Dragon’s Roar” (龙哮), the song and an accompanying video have been circulating...

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