Kunleng discusses China’s new found tolerance of Christian missionaries in Tibet as a possible counterpoint to Buddhism, and the selection of the new Pope.
Beijing's attempts to stop Tibetans setting themselves on fire to protest against Chinese rule are counter-productive and are only provoking more self-immolations, says the head of the Tibetan administration in exile
Kunleng discusses the new multi volume book in three languages on the Tibet self-immolations from Dharamsala based Kirti Monastery, and the challenge of informing and
Beijing's attempts to stop Tibetans setting themselves on fire to protest against Chinese rule are counter-productive and are only provoking more self-immolations, the Tibetan prime minister in exile told Reuters on Tuesday
Security forces put out flames, took monk to hospital but his current condition, whereabouts are unknown
A 27 year old Tibetan man has self-immolated and died in Luchu county on Monday, February 25, 2013. Sources told VOA that Tsezung Kyab carried out his self-burning protest at around 1:30 pm
A Tibetan man in his early 20s carried out a self-immolation at around 8 PM local time today (February 24, 2013) in Haidong Prefecture in Qinghai Province.
Kunleng discusses the controversial Chinese miniseries on recent Tibetan history, and the history of propaganda films on Tibet.
A Tibetan rights group says that a Tibetan monk who carried out a self-immolation protest in Tibet last February has survived but that he had both his legs amputated afterwards.
Today the Central Tibetan Administration held a special prayer service for all the Tibetans who have sacrificed their life for freedom in Tibet.
Recent arrivals from Tibet have given their testimonies in Dharmsala, shedding more light on China’s repression in Tibet since 2008, according to the Dharmsala-based Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy.
Rinchen, 17 and Sonam Dhargyal, 18, set themselves on fire in Kyangtsa region of Dzoge County, Ngaba Prefecture