This week Uyghur activist Rukiye Turdush gave a presentation at Ontario’s McMaster...
by Cindy | Dec 16, 2015
At The Washington Post, Emily Rauhala reports on government efforts to intensify state-led...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 20, 2012
In the fourth such self-immolation this month, a Tibetan died after setting himself on fire in Gansu. From AP: Free Tibet said Lhamo Kyeb, 27, died Saturday near a monastery in northwestern China’s Gansu province. Citing a...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 16, 2010
According to the Wikileaks cables, as reported by the Guardian, the Dalai suggested to U.S. diplomats that discussions over Tibet should focus on environmental concerns, which he sees as being more urgent than political issues:...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 10, 2009
A book released earlier this year, called Unhappy China: The Great Time, Grand Vision and Our Challenges (中国不高兴：大时代，大目标及我们的内忧外患), offered a pointed nationalist critique of Western countries and their media. When the book was...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 15, 2009
China has reacted angrily to a meeting between Obama administration officials and the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, India. From Xinhua: According to media reports, three top aides to U.S. President Barack Obama, met the Dalai Lama...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 23, 2009
Tibet expert Robert Barnett offers his suggestions of how both sides can work to increase understanding and decrease tensions over Tibet: Western governments have been accused of interference, but it is unlikely that any want to...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 13, 2009
While those at the polar ends of the Tibet debate may see it as a black and white issue, a few efforts have been made recently to show the complexity of the problems involved. China Pictorial, an official travel and photography...
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