Dharamshala — Chinese authorities have detained a Tibetan woman, who had exercised her rights and criticised the Chinese authorities for their racial discrimination against Tibetans and for posting videos on the social media app about the incident. This is the fifth time she has been detained.
Dharamshala – The Chinese authorities arrested a Tibetan woman Gonpokyi and her husband Choekyong on Tuesday as they peacefully demonstrated outside of a Chinese court in Lhasa to demand justice for Gonpokyi's brother, Tashi Dorjee, a Tibetan businessman wrongly sentenced to life imprisonment by Chinese authorities.
Dharamshala — Chinese authorities in Dingri County, southern Tibet, arrested four Tibetan monks for allegedly organising prayers for His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the exiled spiritual leader of Tibet. The Chinese authorities forced the people and leaders to write a letter promising that they will not recite prayers for the Dalai Lama in the monastery or any other public place.
Lhokha — Chinese authorities in Lhokha, southern Tibet, adopted new methods to teach CCP political education, patriotic education and President Xi Jinping's thoughts in Chinese to Tibetan monks in Tibetan monasteries in the Lhokha region to replace Tibetan. From this year onwards, they will intensify the propagation of the "four consciousnesses” of CCP among the general public and particularly monks in Tibet.
Dharamshala — Chinese authorities have sentenced a Tibetan singer from Pema county, eastern Tibet, to three years' imprisonment allegedly for singing a patriotic song about Tibet on a social media platform. After disappearing for months, the Pema County Police informed his family that he had been imprisoned for three years and was currently serving his sentence in the Pema County Prison, without providing any documentation about the reasons for his imprisonment.
London — Free Tibet, a human rights group is launching a campaign to call on the Chinese government to release Lhundrub Drakpa, a popular Tibetan singer from Driru County in Nagchu, central Tibet. He was sentenced to six years in prison in 2020, for his song called "Black Hat", which criticises the CCP's repressive policies towards Tibetans. British MPs from across the political spectrum showed their solidarity at the latest meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Tibet.
Dharamshala — China's Ministry of Education announces a new law entitled <<The Patriotic Education Law of the People's Republic of China>>, which was passed on October 24, 2023 and will come into effect on January 1, 2024. It states that "while ensuring the patriotic education to all citizens, it emphasizes the education of youth and children at school and at home."