Happy to see that common sense was restored as Twitter unlocked the account of our colleagues @tibettruth. There was huge support from many friends across social media and major thanks to all for the solidarity. While it was awesome to see the account back online and getting information on Tibet out there, the day was […]Read More @tibettruth Returned To Twitter-Then Trolled!
We understand that early this morning our colleagues @tibettruth over on Twitter found themselves locked out of their account. This happened before, in 2015, when for no fault of theirs the account was closed by Twitter. An appeal was issued and with the help of many friends eventually access was restored, the explanation and apology provided […]Read More Twitter Locks Down @tibetruth
Image: http://2.bp.blogspot.com Let’s put it out there from the get go, non weird science can be amazing too, right? Perhaps it’s greatest strength is the core principal of asking questions, and not just any old inquiry but carefully selected and following empirical protocols. The results are then subject to peer review and eventually, if not […]Read More Traditional Tibetan Medicine Is Not The Cause Of Mercury Contamination In Occupied Tibet
We just received a report that in occupied Tibet the Chinese regime is now forcing Tibetans to memorize the words of China’s national anthem, lyrics which praise the glorious ideology of the communist party and supposed progress of the so-called Motherland. This latest example of tyranny is further evidence of a calculated campaign to eradicate […]Read More Destroying Tibet’s Language Will Not Eliminate Tibetan Cultural And National Identity
Seeing just how far governments sink to kiss the ass of China’s regime fills anyone supportive of human rights and freedom with a sense of outrage and disappointment, the State Department, under the corrosive influence of a profit driven China lobby, consistently grovels to Chinese sensitivities. None though kowtow with the class of the British […]Read More UK Showering Taxpayers’ Money On Chinese Regime’s Film Industry
In the early summer of 1989 around 500 Chinese students began a hunger strike in Tiananmen Square, their demands for greater democracy were formalized in a statement which included the following words: “This country is our country, These people are our people, This government is our government, If we do not cry out, who will? […]Read More Remember Tiananmen Square-Remember Occupied Tibet
Over a 150 Tibetan activists from India, Nepal, United States of America and Europe are attending the 5th International Rangzen Conference. A platform to explore, advance and examine the cause of Tibetan independence. It is being held May 23 to 25 in Dharamsala, Northern India. Image: Carlo Buldrini We wish this conference every success in […]Read More 5th International Conference On Tibetan Independence