Travel to and from the center from which thousands have been removed is now limited to those who still live there.
Their tears are seen as signs of disloyalty to China after their forced removal from the Yachen Gar Tibetan Buddhist center.
Penpa Tsering, who shares a name with a former speaker of Tibet's exile parliament, is detained for six hours and then sent home.
They are forced to dress as laypeople and memorize propaganda in detention centers, sources say.
News of Ngawang Gyaltsen's release was delayed for several months due to China's communications clampdowns in Tibet.
Concert in Chengdu for Karmapa’s birthday goes off without a hitch, as monasteries in Tibet also hold celebrations.
A Washington-based rights group urges President Trump and his secretary of state to push China for talks with the Dalai Lama on the status of Tibet.
Those being removed had come from areas in the Tibet Autonomous Region far from Sichuan, a local source says.
Monks and nuns who came from other areas to join the center are being sent home, with no provision made for them to find housing or continue their studies.
Families regret hanging the pictures, but need the money to survive, Tibetan sources say.
Sources say the campaign is an excuse to crack down on Tibetans in the region.
The campaign in Sichuan's Kardze prefecture is now reaching formerly inaccessible rural areas, a Tibetan source says.
Terry Branstad urges China to open “substantive dialogue” with the Dalai Lama.
The drive against “black and evil forces” brings surveillance and censorship to all six counties of the Golog TAR.
May 19-25 trip to cover Tibet Autonomous Region and Qinghai Province.
Golog Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture will stop teaching most subjects in Tibetan for first grade students.
Campaigns against 'evil forces' targeted Tibetan language rights and civil society initiatives, an India-based rights group says.
Offered compensation, they have no right to refuse to move, with one source citing 'severe consequences' if they resist.
They had published a wire report about the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader's stay in an Indian hospital, angering Nepal's powerful northern neighbor China.
The pair were tried and sentenced swiftly in the case involving Chinese control of Tibetan religious leaders.
Sonam Lhundrub had criticized the decline in government job openings for Tibetans in Tibetan areas of China.
They face crowded conditions and new expenses, with no skills to earn a living in their resettlement areas.
They were taken into custody after the group's leader shouted slogans demanding that China free the disappeared spiritual leader.
Pema Wangchen was detained three years ago for singing the Tibetan national anthem, and was severely beaten in custody.
Marches in India and statements from U.S. lawmakers fete the disappeared lama.
The newly launched Tibetan Association of Canada promotes Chinese rule in Tibet.
The International Campaign for Tibet says he should be allowed to assume his role as a religious leader.
The community leaders had mobilized village support to demand the return of land taken for use by three brick companies.
Walls and checkpoints meanwhile block unauthorized entry as China restricts growth at the popular Tibetan Buddhist study center in Sichuan.
Sonam had written about declining opportunities for Tibetans in his civil service exam.