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Rivers of Money Not Flowing to Tibetans

Sydney: Australian officials were recently stunned to hear a senior Chinese policy maker give an honest diagnosis of why China’s Tibet policies had gone so badly wrong. At that point four weeks ago it was hard to find clear-eyed analysis…


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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 31 May 2008

30 May 2008: Rebgong (Ch: Tongren) County, Malho “TAP”, Amdo (incorporated into Chinese Province of Sichuan) – Alak Khaso Rinpoche of Rongpo monastery in critical health condition Alak Khaso Rinpoche from Rongpo monastery, Rebgong County, is in critical condition these…


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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 26 May 2008

23 May 2008: Karze (Ch: Ganzi) County, Karze “TAP”, Kham (incorporated into Chinese Province of Sichuan) – Two nuns severely beaten and arrested for staging peaceful protest Jampa and Rigzin Wangdon, both nuns from Dhargye Hardu nunnery, under Karze County,…



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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 24 May 2008

May 2008: Sog (Ch: Sou) County, Nagchu Prefecture (Ch: Naqu Shen), “TAR” – A 15-year boy protested against Chinese government and was arrested On 9 May Sonam Gyalpo, a 15-year boy, shouted slogans such as “Tibet is an independent country”,…