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
Graphic courtesy of @tibettruth Where would we be without the lithium-powered technology which has become such a feature of daily life for millions around the planet. If you are a Tibetan witnessing the poisoning of your land, water and air such a question must seem a touch self-interested and callous. For in the scramble to […]Read More Tibetan Lands Poisoned By Chinese Companies Cashing In On Lithium Market
Image:archivenet Our activism is presently targeting the United Nations Commission On The Status Of Women (UNCSW) and associated women’s Non-Governmental Organizations, convened at the sixty-second session of the UNCSW at UN headquarters, New York, March 12 to 23 2017. Regular visitors here will know we’ve consistently exposed and challenged the UNCSW and women’s NGOs for […]Read More Organized Hypocrisy Of UN Women Ignores China’s Forced Sterilizations
Image: courtesy of @AnonymousTibet Something very strange is happening to a Twitter account run by @AnonymousTibet, (AT) the cause of which is uncertain, but before we continue here’s what we’ve learned from our colleagues @tibettruth. Seems that last month the anonymous account posted a video about activism targeting Chinese regime websites. They also tweeted to […]Read More Anonymous Tibet Twitter Account Being Censored, But By Whom?
Image: courtesy of @tibettruth In the English county of Somerset, a massive construction site is giving birth to a new nuclear plant, called Hinkley C. There’s lot of reasons to be concerned, not least environmental issues and operational safety. While the media may have moved on from the radioactive nightmare of Fukushima, the wider public […]Read More China’s Nuclear Mole: A Potential Security Disaster Ignored By UK Authorities
Image:archivenet So get this…Marriot hotels is reportedly firing one of its employees for…..liking a tweet posted in support of Tibet by a (cough) group promoting Tibetan independence. REPORT HERE Let’s all let that sink in shall we? In that story we can see with brilliant clarity the current relationship between corporations and China, ever desperate […]Read More Marriot Hotels Fire Employee For Liking A Tweet From A Pro-Tibetan Independence Organization
Image:archivenet In 1950 Chinese troops launched their major invasion of Tibet, since then Tibetans have become enslaved, oppressed and terrorized by China’s regime. Brutally denied human rights and their cultural and national freedom. As 2018 begins everyone working towards our activism on Tibet will be making sure during the coming year that the just and […]Read More Wishing All Friends Of Tibet’s Just Cause A Happy New Year