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2021/10/22 | Deutsche Welle

China Blacks Out NBA Celtics Games Over Tibet, Xi Comments

Broadcaster Tencent has scrubbed all Boston games, highlights and replays after player Enes Kanter called President Xi a “brutal dictator.” Meanwhile, 43 nations formally criticized China over its treatment of Uyghurs..

2021/07/14 | Voice of America

Tibetans Defy China to Celebrate Dalai Lama's Birthday Online

Although Beijing forbids possession and display of the Dalai Lama's image, Tibetans post photos of his feet, shoes, and his body in maroon-colored robes to celebrate his 86th birthday.

2021/03/31 | East Asia Forum

Tibetans in Exile Facing New Challenges

Tibetans in exile will elect the new president in April. The leader will need fresh thinking and expertise to navigate the challenges ahead.

2021/03/12 | Dolma Tsering

The Tibetan National Uprising Day and China’s Tibet Dilemma

This March marks the 62nd anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising Day. It’s also an occasion to question the intentions behind the PRC’s policies.

2020/09/29 | The Interpreter

China-India: Talk Is Cheap, but Never Free

There are many reasons all parties should avoid a second Sino-Indian border war – the costs of conversation are only one of many factors that would delay conflict resolution.

2018/11/17 | The Third Pole

REVIEW: The Himalayan Arc, Journeys East of South-east

Analysts, diplomats, journalists and authors give voice to a region that is growing in importance on the world stage.

2018/10/08 | Asia Dialogue

ANALYSIS: The CCP's 10-Year Policy to Control Tibetan Buddhism

A concerted attempt by the Communist Party to control Tibetan Buddhism is inching closer to fruition.

2018/02/14 | Adrian Zenz

In Xinjiang and Tibet, Police Surveillance 'Exceeds East Germany'

The all-knowing digital police state of the 21st century is being perfected in front of our very eyes.

2017/11/11 | Darice D. Chang

Women in Power: Reflections on Gender Politics From Taipei to Lhasa

Three prominent women speak on the problems faced by women in Tibet's government-in-exile and address the history and progress of gender equality in Taiwan.

2017/09/12 | Colum Murphy

Tourism Bringing Opportunity and Angst to the Tibetan Plateau

With tourism comes temptation and transformation in Tagong, a sacred site for Tibetan nomads.

2017/08/11 | Yin Yijun

The Tibetan Director Eschewing the Exotic

Celebrated filmmaker Pema Tseden talks to Sixth Tone about refusing to romanticize his homeland in his pioneering Tibetan-language movies.

2017/07/25 | Colum Murphy

Success a Tall Order for World’s Highest Craft Beer Brewery in Tibet

Entrepreneurs vow to make the quality brew in the Tibetan grasslands despite thin air, logistical challenges, and local aversion to alcohol.

2017/07/07 | Jichang Lulu

Using Religion Against Itself: State-Managed Buddhism and Chinese-Mongolian Relations

Tibetan Buddhist soft power will likely continue to evolve as a tool of Chinese policy towards Mongolia, Russia, the Himalayas, the Tibetan diaspora, Western Buddhists and international Buddhist organizations.

2017/06/21 | Kuan Chen

VOICES: 'We Are Not Extremists' - Activists Talk Chinese Suppression

'We are not radical Islamists. We are not extremists or terrorists. China is driving us into a corner. That’s why some people fight back.'