Gartse Jigme, a young Tibetan writer was sentenced to five years of imprisonment for expressing political views
Kunleng discusses the state and condition of Lobsang Tenzin, who was recently released after serving 25 years in prison, political prisoners from the 1980s, and the Lhasa protests of 1987, 1988, and 1989.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom in its 2013 Annual Report said that religious rights in Tibet are worse now
Kunleng discusses the current situation where the traditional Dalai Lama recognized Panchen Lama has been disappeared for 18 years with his and his family’s whereabouts and status known only to the Chinese authorities,
Kunleng discusses the recently released US State Department’s Annual Country Report for Human Rights Practices on Tibet a Tibetan areas in China.
Two monks from Taktsang Lhamo Kirti Monastery died after setting themselves ablaze to protest China's repressive policy
Chinese authorities have blocked Tibetans from participating in rescue and relief efforts in Yagnga where a devastating earthquake hit early Saturda.
20-year-old Chuktso died after burning herself arund 3pm near Jonang Zamthang monastery
21 Tibetans have been detained after a conflict between local Tibetans and Chinese troops over forced land eviction in Kyegudo in Qinghai
Kunleng discusses the growing instability on the Tibetan plateau caused by the use of detentions and harsh sentences for a widening range of Tibetan cultural expression and dissent. Guest: Tsering Tsomo, TCHRD, Dharamsala, Garthar Trulku, Laogai Foundation, Washington, DC.
Kunleng discusses the growing instability on the Tibetan plateau caused by the use of detentions and harsh sentences for a widening range of Tibetan cultural expression and dissent.
Kunleng discusses the exile Tibetan government’s budget and the Kashag’s proposals for education and welfare of Tibetan exiles and recent arrivals from Tibet.
Two dozen more workers still feared buried in rubble in Maizhokunggar County, Chinese state-run media reports
China's state-run media says landslide covered three square kilometer area, burying workers' camp at mining site about 70 kilometers east of Lhasa
Death toll hits 17 with 66 miners still missing from Friday's disaster
Kunchok Tenzin, a 28-year-old monk is the latest Tibetan to self-immolation in China protest