The US State Department's annual report says respect for religious freedom declined in China, Iran in 2012, cites problems elsewhere
It is unclear whether China is embarking on a renovation project to preserve Lhasa’s historical district or whether it is engaging in commercially driven construction that is “destroying Lhasa”, as some have described it.
Indian prime minister and Chinese premiere attempt to move past tense standoff in the Himalayas during Delhi talks
Kunleng interviews Sikyong Lobsang Sangay on his activities in Washington, DC last week, the situation inside Tibet, Sino-Tibet dialogue, international support for Tibet, state of the CTA and Tibetan Refugees in India and Nepal.
Gartse Jigme, a young Tibetan writer was sentenced to five years of imprisonment for expressing political views
Kunleng discusses the evolution of Dharamsala’s Library of Tibetan Works and Archives and its current status as a major international learning center on Buddhism and Tibetan culture, and its use of state of the art technology to preserve and conserve Tibetan books and manuscripts. More
Indian prime minister and Chinese premiere attempt to move past tense standoff in the Himalayas during Delhi talks More
Long-time critic of Burma's former military government says he is ready to end key sanctions, despite lingering human rights concerns More
Korean Central News Agency said Choe Ryong Hae, the director of the General Political Bureau of the North Korean army, left Pyongyang for China Wednesday More
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