Dharamshala — Chinese authorities have reportedly issued orders banning travel in to Tibet from October 18 to 28, a politically charged ten days during which the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China meets.

Dharamshala — Chinese authorities have apparently ramped up efforts to even further threaten freedom of information in China and Tibet, as authorities issued new regulations on Instant Social Media Networking on Thursday, September 7, warning group chat owners to take full responsibility for their activities and ordered them to: "Stay away from nine topics in online group chats" on WeChat, QQ or Baidu Tieba.

Dharamshala — Reports from inside Tibet indicate that Chinese authorities have banned nomads in the northeastern region from their traditional grazing ground, fining and even jailing those who refuse or disobey.

Dharamshala — China has continued its propoganda aimed at diluting the truth in Tibet most recently, as Chinese communist selected 'delegates' have made outragous claims during international trips that Tibetan culture is 'prospering' in Tibet.

Washington, DC — The updated version of rules put in place in 2005 passed by the Chinese government on Thursday (September 7) should be assessed against the background of a series of laws that can be viewed as a systematic development of a security architecture.

Dharamshala — At least seven people were killed and two injured in a landslide in the Machen County, Amdo region of north-eastern Tibet, on Wednesday, August 30, 2017.

Dharamshala — An article from Human Rights Watch has criticized China's latest attempt 'to whitewash history,' in their eulogy of Tibet’s former political commissar, Ren Rong.

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