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.
Tsawa Danyuk had offended both Chinese authorities and Tibet's Buddhist clergy with his critical writings, sources say.
He was convicted on unknown charges after warnings of self-immolation protests circulated in Serthar.
He will be jailed again if he sings politically sensitive, 'illegal' songs, he is told.
Seized by police for calling out in public for Tibetan freedom, Sonam Tashi has vanished in custody.
Chinese visitors to Kumbum jump the queue ahead of Tibetans, while paramilitary police monitor the crowds at an annual gathering.
They are being stopped at Gansu's border with Sichuan and told to abandon their cars, sources say.
The blaze kills wildlife and livestock but results in no human casualties, a local source says.
Amchok Phuljung had recorded popular songs praising the Dalai Lama and Tibet's exile prime minister.
Many had previously been authorized by China to travel, but may now not leave the country.
Authorities ignore repeated appeals for help from Tibetan residents, sources say.
He is released after authorities find no evidence that he circulated photos of a December protest challenging Chinese rule.
Authorities had blocked their participation in the Kalachakra teachings given in India by the Dalai Lama.
Work expected to resume in April will now begin again in February, a local source says.
Emphasis on Mandarin Chinese in Sichuan's provincial capital forces children back to their villages if they want to study Tibetan.
Work will resume in the spring, though, with the pace of destruction more 'aggressive,' a local source says.
Tibetan residents of western Chinese provinces pray, share teachings in spite of official threats.
Many fast or pray in private gatherings to avoid scrutiny by the police.
Tibetans living in China are warned not to spread news of the event online or organize gatherings in support.
Many were told by Chinese officials their families would be harmed if they failed to return home.
Villagers attempting to stop the assault were also attacked, local sources say.