Fifteen years after the suspicious death in jail of the charismatic Buddhist monk from Kham, the CCP is still afraid of him.
Statues were destroyed in Tibet, monks and nuns evicted from their monasteries, new regulations introduced to further limit religious freedom.
In Luhuo (Drakgo) a 30-meter-tall statue and its 45 prayer wheels were demolished, generating widespread protests.
Former monk and popular author from Amdo was accused of “disrupting social order.”
Tibetans were compelled to stay home while extras in fancy costumes hailed the President’s attempt to sell the controversial “largest dam in the world” project.
Rinchen Zhuzhen was sentenced to for “inciting separatism” in WeChat conversations.
May 23 marked the 70th anniversary of the Seventeen Point Agreement China compelled Tibetans to sign in 1951. The CCP insists it should control reincarnations.
The construction of Chinese villages in a holy Buddhist area in occupied Bhutanese territory is part of a wider anti-Indian strategy.
Bitter Winter’s review of the new report by International Campaign for Tibet. Destroying religion is the CCP’s road to destroying Tibet’s culture and soul.