Dharamshala, India — China announced a ‘strike hard’ campaign against online contents aimed at splitting the nation and undermining the national unity in Tibet. As per the report of Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD), the communist regime of China declared more restrictive measures in occupied Tibet with tighter internet censorship on December 28, 2020.
Dharamshala, India — Gendun Lhundup is a 46-year old Tibetan writer and poet hailing from Rebgong County in Amdo province of north-eastern Tibet (Ch: Tongren County, Qinghai, China) has been arrested by Chinese police on December 2, 2020 for allegedly raising his voice in freedom of authors and artists to exercise their thoughts freely according to a source.
Dharamshala, India — Rinchen Tsultrium, a Tibetan monk from Kundo in Ngaba County of Amdo, in Tibet was arrested on the night of August 1, 2019, along with two other monks. The two companions were released to go back to the monastery after a while. Rinchen Tsultrium was confined continuously in connection to his discussions and writing on Tibet issues with Tibetans abroad.