Lhasa’s Jokhang temple, a sacred Tibetan Buddhist site dating back in parts to the seventh...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 11, 2014
A new study from the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab examines how civil society...
by Josh Rudolph | May 14, 2014
As security is tightening throughout China following a series of violent attacks—many of which...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 25, 2009
The New York Times interviews Tibetan blogger Woeser: A graceful, soft-spoken woman whose disquieting tales are often punctuated by nervous laughter, Ms. Woeser has become an accidental hero to a generation of disenfranchised...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 17, 2009
Times Online has more about an effort by exiled Tibetans to communicate with their peers in China through the Internet: Sonam contacts about fifty or so people every day and says that half are willing to chat and five or six...
by Paulina Hartono | Feb 11, 2009
Jane Macartney of Times Online profiles Tibetan blogger and strong critic of China, Tsering Woeser: Catching up with Tibet’s most popular blogger isn’t simple. Tsering Woeser is under constant surveillance, so we...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 7, 2007
From Boingboing: Tibetan exiles around the world and their supporters plan to use YouTube to commemorate “global uprising day” this Saturday, March 10. Videos already uploaded include pilgrims, rap songs, statements...
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