Two monks detained with him after protests in 2008 were released earlier, sources say.
Tibet's second highest-ranking religious leader vanished in Chinese custody in 1995 after being identified by the Dalai Lama.
They are told they must leave the retreat center to which they relocated after being forced out of Larung Gar Buddhist Academy.
He was convicted of subversion after staging a solo protest in Ngaba calling for Tibetan freedom.
Three are held for recovering Wangchuk Tseten's mobile phone, while two others are detained for filming the protest.
Nyagrong man stages second known self-immolation protest of 2017, drawing tight security.
A Hilton spokesperson denies a report that no Tibetans are employed at the resort in Kongpo.
Authorities cite the need for 'orderly management' of the large complex, home to thousands of monks and nuns.
Buddhist leader says China must show it believes in rebirth before discussing sensitive reincarnation issue.
The spiritual leader will hold three days of religious teachings during his stay.
The last group of nuns is sent back to their native areas in Qinghai province, the source says.
But India downplays the trip and the Dalai Lama says his visit will promote religious harmony.
They are told to move at their own expense to make way for an unspecified government-backed construction project.
India shrugs off Chinese complaints over trip to Arunachal Pradesh, which Beijing claims as 'South Tibet.'
After losing a leg to burns suffered in his protest in 2011, he was tortured and harassed in prison, sources say.
Residents of the academy for Tibetan Buddhist studies should focus on their studies as more dwellings are torn down, he says.
They are handed certificates and monetary awards for their work in promoting 'political harmony and ethnic unity.'
About 5,000 monks and nuns have already left, while nearly 250 still wait to leave, the abbot says.
A French reporter and three traveling companions are questioned for hours on arrival and ordered to leave the next day.
Lobsang Dargye is being held at a remote army camp where he is beaten every day, a local source says.
They are seized by police for raising cries in support of a protest calling for Tibetan freedom.
They stage solo protests two days apart calling for Tibetan freedom and the Dalai Lama's return from exile.
Pema Gyaltsen, 24, is taken to Chengdu hospital after fiery protest in Kardze that draws swift response from police.
The final total to be demolished remains unclear, though.
Monks jailed following earlier protests are meanwhile confined to their monasteries and ordered to report to police.
China meanwhile holds a large military parade in Lhasa to intimidate Tibetan residents, a rights group says.
Their monastery had leased the land to a teacher's college, but authorities seized the property when the college moved.
They are recognized for cooperating with Communist Party rule in the sometimes protest-hit region.
Authorities had threatened the painter with arrest and deportation if he entered Macau.
Kirti monk Lobsang Tsultrim called out for Tibetan freedom before being taken away by police.