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Hasten slowly on China human rights

The Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, deserves considerable credit for the forthright way in which he has raised concerns about human rights abuses in China, and more especially in Tibet, during his visit to Beijing.


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Chope Paljor Tsering to address National Press Club

Emissary of the Central Tibetan Administration is in Australia to Give Briefings on the Current Situation in Tibet Mr. Chope Paljor Tsering was for several years the Representative of the His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Canberra before he was…


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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 17 April 2008

17 April 2008: Rebgong (Ch: Tongren) County (Malho “TAP”, Qinghai Province) – Protests held by the monks On 17 April 2008, at around 11 am Lhasa local time, about 22 monks from Rebgong Monastery, Rebgong County (Malho”TAP”, Qinghai Province) protested…


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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 16 April 2008

14 April 2008: Sangchu (Ch: Xiahe) County, Kanlho “Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture,” Gansu province – Around 200 monks arrested at monastery Between 14 April evening and 15 April morning, over 200 monks were arrested from Ladrang Tashi-Kyil monastery during the search…