Dharamshala — On World Music Day, Students for a Free Tibet-India (SFT) held an evening of solidarity with Tibetan musicians censored in Tibet, to show its solidarity with Tibetan singers and musicians who have been arrested, imprisoned and tortured by the Chinese authorities for exercising their freedom of expression by singing Tibetan songs, patriotic songs and songs about His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Dharamshala — Recently, a Taiwanese traveller visited all the Provinces, Cities and Autonomous Regions in China, but he said that Tibet was the only place that could not be visited freely, he must needed to join with a tour and needed a Tibet travel permit to enter the Tibet.

Dharamshala — The Chinese government has intensified its attempts to propagate the so-called ‘thoughts of Chinese President Xi Jinping’, ‘ Chinese Modern Socialism’ and ‘ Ideological and Political Education’ among children in primary, secondary and higher education, as well as in universities, particularly Tibetan children in Chinese colonial-style boarding schools.

Dharamshala — On Children's Day in China, the Chinese government uses women's associations and other organisations to instil patriotism in Tibetan children, as well as teaching them about the history of the Communist Party and Chinese law.

Dharamshala — In order to prevent any unrest after the passing away of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, the Chinese authorities launched a new intrigue linked to His Holiness the Dalai Lama in the Tibetan monasteries in the Tibet by issuing instructions to Tibetan monks and nuns, inspecting them every ten days and checking their activities and the dynamics of their thinking.

Dharamshala — Chinese authorities stripped the teaching rights of a Tibetan vocational school in Lhasa, the capital of occupied Tibet, claiming that it violated the regulations of the Lhasa City Council. The school had helped many Tibetans acquire vocational skills and subsequently find employment, but the Chinese authorities alleged that the school was in breach of the law and revoked its right to continue operating.

Dharamshala — Chinese authorities sentenced two young Tibetan girls to three years in prison for demanding "a free Tibet and the return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Kirti Rinpoche to Tibet". After three years in prison, she was able to escape to a free country. She described her suffering, the torture and overwork in the labour camps during her imprisonment, which made her physically and mentally ill even after her release.

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