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Ban on Tibetan Buddhist teachers in Guangdong’s Yunfu City

The government-backed Chinese Buddhist Association in the coastal province of Guangdong has called to “resolutely resist illegal preaching by Tibetan monks” in a move similar to previous notices issued in China’s Shanxi Province.

Tibet Brief – Edition 85

In this edition: New ICT report spotlights persecution of Tibetan environmental defenders; UN Human Rights chief’s visit is China’s political victory; Octogenarian Tibetan sets himself on fire in protest against Chinese rule; Czech Republic must show leadership on Tibetan human rights during EU Presidency (…)

World celebrates Dalai Lama’s 87th birthday

World leaders, Nobel laureates, spiritual teachers, professional athletes, human rights advocates, Tibetans and countless others celebrated across the globe on 6 July as the Dalai Lama turned 87.

Prominent former Tibetan political prisoner dies

Jigme Gyatso, a prominent former political prisoner, has died on 2 July 2022. He had been unrecoverably ill since his release in October 2016 after serving five years in prison on a conviction for “inciting separatism.”

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