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China Tibet

February 13 marks Tibetan Independence Day. One hundred and five years ago today, the 13th Dalai Lama broke away from the collapsing Qing Empire …


Tibet

Tashi Wangchuk, a 31-year-old activist who sought to expose the systematic suppression and subversion of Tibetan culture and language by the Chinese Communist Party, …


Tibet

In January 1950, Chinese Communist troops entered Tibet for what the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) still calls “the peaceful liberation of Tibet.” Aside from …


Tibet

Nawang N. Anja-Tsang (Sonam) is a Tibetan film director based in London. He has been making documentaries about to Tibet and Tibetans since 2011. …


Tibet

Nawang N. Anja-Tsang (Sonam) is a Tibetan film director based in London. He has been making documentaries about to Tibet and Tibetans since 2011. …


Tibet

VOC recently had the opportunity to interview Jianglin Li, author of Tibet in Agony: Lhasa 1959, which deals with the Chinese assault on Tibet in …


Tibet

March 10th is commemorated by Tibetans throughout the world as “Tibetan Uprising Day.” On this day in 1959, a huge crowd of Tibetans surrounded …


China Tibet

During Chinese President Xi Jinping’s first official state visit to the U.S., pro-democracy protesters rallied in Washington’s Lafayette Square in front of the White …


China Tibet

Two months ago, China put the Tibetan people to a test. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) demanded that all Buddhist monasteries in Tibet display the …