A Tibet scholar sees Chinese nationalism fueling Tibetan nationalist feeling as well.
The Dalai Lama visits the border region where he crossed into India from Tibet 50 years ago.
"We’re working for Tibet through our music," says Jigme, lead guitarist for the Exile Brothers band in Dharamsala, India.
In this personal essay, writer Maura Moynihan finds some hope for the future among Tibetans.
Chinese and Tibetan discuss how the international financial crisis could impact events inside Tibet and the way the Chinese leadership deals with Tibetan protests.
Wearing traditional Tibetan khatas, the ceremonial white scarves that symbolize goodwill, Chinese democrats join the Dalai Lama and exiled Tibetans in Dharamsala to commemorate 50 years of painful history.
A year after brutally suppressed protests in Tibet, quiet descends on Dharamsala, India, where exiled Tibetans unite in somber prayer.