Sydney Uni has now published a statement saying that it will (re)invite the Dalai Lama to speak on campus this June. A victory for freedom & the power of collective non-violent action!
Sydney University bans His Holiness the Dalai Lama from speaking at their university. In a free country, that is simply cowardly, sickening, disgusting behavior. Much shame Sydney University!
DHARAMSHALA: His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Friday addressed Tibetans in Salugara on the devolution of his political responsibilities to the elected Tibetan leadership and efforts to resolve the issue of Tibet.
Chinese search and rescue teams are losing hope of finding survivors of a huge landslide that crashed down a Tibetan mountain, burying scores of mine workers.
Officials say 66 miners remain missing after a further 15 bodies were found on Sunda
Past catches up with futuristic German electronic band after Beijing bans quartet over performance that never wa
In the past week, the number of Tibetan self-immolations in protest against the Chinese occupation has risen to 111 since 2009. Despite the increasing numbers of Tibetans self-immolating and general unrest in the region, the issues facing Tibetans are still on the fringes of Australian political and media discourse.
Human rights situation in Tibet in the year 2012 “hit a new low” according to a new report published by the Dharamshala based rights group Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy.
Tibetan Youth Congress members in 'Dalai clique' accused of masterminding 26-year-old's fatal burning as propaganda event
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Visit us at the concerts in Melbourne on 16 and 17 November. In total, we aim to collect 5000 signatures from Australians and call on the Australian government to take a stronger action on Tibet, and in particular to respond to the escalating crisis inside Tibet by making a strong public statement of concern
Thousands of Tibetans, including small children, have marched on the streets of Rebkong today in a peaceful demonstration following emotional gatherings of Tibetans after two self-immolations in the area in the past two days. Check out the photos!
The grandfather of a prominent young Tibetan reincarnate lama died today after setting fire to himself near a monastery in Kanlho (Chinese: Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture) in Gansu Province (the Tibetan area of Amdo). Tibetans gathered to pray for him despite an intense military buildup in the area following the self-immolation. It is the 55th self-immolation in Tibet since February, 2009.
In the last year, nearly 50 Tibetans have died after setting themselves on fire in protest at Chinese rule and we have rare footage of what is happening there, but be warned this story contains disturbing images.
BEIJING — A writer who spoke out against Chinese repression of Tibet has burned himself to death, a rights group said, the 53rd person to set themselves ablaze protesting Beijing's rule.The International Campaign for Tibet said in a statement that Gudrub, 42, called for freedom for the region and the return of the exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama while flames engulfed him in Tibet's Nagchu county on Thursday.Gudrub, who was only identified by one name, was taken to a local hospital by authorities where he was pronounced dead, the London-based group said, citing multiple exile Tibetan media outlets.Calls to authorities in Nagchu on Saturday went unanswered.