Two popular singers arrested over alleged political songs for Tibet
Dharamshala: - Two Tibetan singers from Driru County of eastern Tibet were arrested by Chinese authorities for allegedly singing politically sensitive songs that expressed suffering of the Tibetan people.
Hack Tibet - by Jonathan Kaiman
DHARAMSALA, India - Lobsang Gyatso Sither sits at the front of a Tibetan school auditorium, the bright rectangle of his PowerPoint presentation dimly illuminating the first few rows of students before him.
Google's China web
A FEW YEARS ago, I walked into an Internet room in Tibet's capital, Lhasa. There were no Chinese soldiers in the room, and no visible government censors nearby.
Arbitrary arrests are occurring in Driru
The situation in Tibet remains dismal. There have been particular concerns about the deteriorating situation in Driru.
Voice of America
US Congressional Commission: Tibetan Crackdown is Serious Matter for China
A report from the U.S. Congressional Executive Commission on China says despite "low" international media attention, the Chinese government is taking recent unrest in the Tibetan Autonomous Region very seriously.
The News Tribune
Chinese should beg Gary Locke to stay on
In June, U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke, left, meets nuns at Ani Tsangku nunnery in Lhasa, capital of Tibet, China.
Meet China's Jack Kerouac - By Rachel Lu
The portly Chinese man strolled through an open-air market, holding an AK-47 to his chest, surrounded by six gun-toting security guards.
US ambassador to China will step down early 2014
U.S. ambassador to China Gary Locke, who oversaw the handling of potential crises over the flight to U.S. diplomatic missions by a persecuted legal activist and high-profile police chief, said Wednesday he will step down early next year.
An unreliable friend
There are two episodes in that book that have stayed with me. One is Tenzing's sadness at reading that in his own memoir, Edmund Hillary had insisted that he, not Tenzing, had placed the first step on the summit of Everest.
Canada's Ambassador to China, Guy Saint-Jacques, raises human rights issues
In a move which may put Beijing on guard in dealing with international awareness of human rights issues in Beijing, Canada 's Ambassador to China has raised these issues.
China Tour Operator Offers Journey To Tibetan Palaces And Temples
NY1's Valarie D'Elia recently traveled to three world heritage sites in Tibet as the final leg of a 12-day trip to China.