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
Occasionally the past has to revisited, especially if events are being re-written and used to deceive and mislead. After all a key objective of this portal on Tibet is to ensure just and challenging reportage. With that in mind we were prompted to draft this expose after receiving a heads-up from our Twitter team @tibettruth. […]Read More Twitter Account Trolling Untruths On Political Aspirations Of Tibetans
Image: cafebabylon The sight of body-armoured thugs raising batons against peaceful protest has become a depressingly familiar scene, events in Catalonia a vicious replay of the state suppressing the democratic will of a people. In the case of the Catalans, a just and rightful desire for national freedom is being forcefully denied by an authority […]Read More Freedom Cannot Be Beaten From The Hearts Of Catalonia Or Tibet
What you may ask gives legitimacy to the demands of Tibetans inside occupied Tibet for independence? That Tibet enjoyed prior to invasion by China in 1950 national governance and freedom? Or is it based upon the fact that Tibetans are a distinct people, with a unique culture, language and history? Could […]Read More So, Why Are Tibetans Right To Demand Independence For Tibet?
Reports have broken that on February 29, 2016 a Tibetan monk, named as Kalsang Wangdu self-immolated in Kardze, Kham region of occupied Tibet. Engulfed in flames he is reported to have demanded complete independence for Tibet before being fatally consumed in the blaze. Image:via @lhasa_bhu1985Read More Another Tibetan Burns To Remind The World That Tibet Demands Independence
“One of the most important treaties between the Tibetan Empire and the Chinese Empire dates back to AD 821-822. The text, carved in Tibetan and Chinese on a stone pillar near the Jokhang temple in Lhasa states that “Great Tibet” and “Great China” would act towards each other with respect, friendship and equality.” Words & […]Read More Truth Of Tibet’s Independence Written In Stone