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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 16 July 2008

12 July 2008: Ngaba (Ch: Aba) County, Ngaba “TAP”, Amdo (incorporated into a Chinese province of Sichuan) – Security cameras being installed in Tokdhen monastery to closely watch the movements of its monks An additional People’s Armed Police (PAP) arrived…


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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 15 July 2008

No Specific Date: Palbar (Ch: Bianba) County, Chamdo Prefecture, Kham (incorporated into “TAR”) – 4 arrested: 2 for raising voice against unequal opportunities, 2 for sharing information Palden Choedak and Nyidor, both men from Nyinmo township in Palbar county, were…


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Australian Athletes Warned Against pro-Tibet Packs

A political protest at the Beijing Olympics is one of the organiser’s biggest fears. But such a thing is looking increasingly unlikely despite the efforts of pro-Tibetan activists who have prepared a resource pack for Olympians who might want to…


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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 14 July 2008

8 July 2008: Serthar (Ch: Seda) County, Karze “TAP” (incorporated into a Chinese province of Sichuan) – Plain-clothed PSB arrest three monks from Larung Ngarik Nangten Lobling monastery On 8 July, Taphun (44), Ngakchung (37), and Gudrak, all three monks…


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Australian Olympic Team seeks advice on Tibet protest

AUSTRALIAN Olympians have sought advice about how best to make a stand on Tibet at the Beijing games next month. The Australia Tibet Council said it had had inquiries from some current team members as to how they could best…