Your Search Returned 500 tagged news reports
According to London-based organization Free Tibet, Twitter is flooded with fake accounts (most likely from the Chinese government) that slam Tibet and the Tibetan people. The fake accounts appear to be targeting Western audiences. <
Beijing One of the fake Twitter accounts used to spread the Chinese line on Tibet. Photograph: www.freetibet.org What do the late Pink Floyd vocalist Syd Barrett, the Canadian actor Erica Durance, and Brazilian model Felipe Berto have in common? They
In what turned out to be of much relief to Tibetans and followers of the Tibetan leader the Dali Lama, the office of the Tibetan leader yesterday said newsreports of the Dalai Lama being hospitalized were not true. Leading Hindi dailies Punjab Kesari
The Buddhist holy lake Namtso has lost its spot as Tibet's largest lake to Serling Tso, whose rapid expansion is fueled by melting glaciers and increased rain, according to new research. The Serling Tso was measured at 2,391 square kilometers in June,
Up on the hills that line Kathmandu Valley lies a plethora of monasteries where people near and far have devoted their lives to Buddhism. At the Karma Leksheyling Monastery and School, roughly 200
This has been agreed after disruption and adjournment of Rajya Sabha last week by the opposition which questioned the government's dilly-dallying tactics not allowing discussion in the latest Israeli offensive that killed more than 200 people in Gaza.
Noted Chinese human rights activist Hu Jia posted pictures of himself with a bloodied nose on his Twitter account and wrote that he was attacked by three men who were waiting for Hu in the parking lot. According to his Twitter post, he suffered a
The walkways, ravines and peaks of the Himalayas, Tibet and Swiss Alps form the backdrop for On the Mountain Path, the latest photographic exhibition by Nao Tsuda at Gallery 916. Tsuda's sizeable photographs show one man's appreciation for landscapes'
A US congressman from Pennsylvania who earlier co-sponsored the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act with Jim McGovern (D-MA) last month has urged China to allow free access to Tibet. For over five decades now, the Chinese Communist Party has ruled Tibet
From Tibetans to Uighurs, journalist David Eimer investigates the lives of some of the 100 million members of China's 55 ethnic minorities. July 16, 2014 David Eimer traveled to the far corners of China , as well as across the borders to neighboring