Tibetans say their Himalayan region’s historic role as buffer is a way toward peace.
Delegation members spoke up when they saw things that caused them concern, though, one German diplomat says.
The Kathmandu government has cited promises of millions of dollars of Chinese investment in restricting Tibetan activities in the country.
The flags have been hung for centuries to bring blessings and ward off evil and are a symbol of Tibet's traditional culture.
Technical surveillance, a 'deeply flawed' judicial system, and restrictions on the use of the Tibetan language further eroded Tibetans' national identity in 2019.
The violence threatens to undermine a de-escalation of tensions in northeastern India’s Ladakh region.
Many have already come in to find work, as Tibetans are forced from their farms and homes and resettled in other areas.
Some cite a 2018 US law denying access to the United States to Chinese officials blocking travel to Tibet.
Loyalty tests now determine who can earn a living even in low-paying jobs in Tibetan areas of China.
Recent claims by China's state media that Tibet's environment has been protected are contradicted by reports from within the region.
Tibetans seeking work in China's police force in Tibetan areas must oppose separatism and have no family members who have fled the country, recruiting guidelines say.
India and other countries should watch China carefully, remembering what happened to Tibet, Tibetan exile leader Lobsang Sangay says.
He says bipartisan support in Congress will ‘make these things possible.’
Police say they are protecting community health, but the Tibetans claim discrimination since other businesses can open.
Tibetans receiving state pensions are also forbidden to attend observances during the month of Saga Dawa.
The high-ranking Tibetan religious leader was forcibly 'disappeared' by China 25 years ago and has not been heard from since.
Anya Sengdra drew a seven-year prison term for 'disturbing social order' after criticizing official corruption and illegal mining in online posts.
Chinese government statements fall short of a full accounting of the fate of the Tibetan religious leader, who vanished into Chinese captivity 25 years ago this week, the International Campaign for Tibet says.
The Tibetan religious leader was taken into custody as a young boy by China 25 years ago on May 17 and has not been heard from since.
'It’s just an excuse to crack down on Tibetans,' says Wangden Kyap of Tibet Watch.
The post is crucial to mobilizing government resources to counter Beijing's suppression of Tibetan Buddhism, USCIRF says.
Some 4,000 Chamdo residents are now in limbo amid a controversial relocation of Tibetans.
The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader says the human capacity to reason may now point the way to 'come together in a global response.'
A walnut-seller visiting Lhasa was found with a photo of the Dalai Lama on his mobile phone.
Choekyi, a monk, had served a four-year prison term for making a T-shirt celebrating the 80th birthday of exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.
But Tibet supporters and rights groups say the move is aimed at weakening Tibetans' national and cultural identity.
Tsering Bakdro, a monk at Ganden monastery, had served eight years in Lhasa's Drapchi Prison for protesting China's rule in Tibet.
HRW’s Sophie Richardson says the law is 'wildly and grossly in tension' with China’s constitution and its obligations under international law.
'It’s much more dangerous [for Tibetans] to speak to foreign journalists … than it is for other Chinese people, says Freedom House's Sarah Cook.
Sichuan's Larung Gar Tibetan Buddhist Academy meanwhile remains shut to public visits until after May 1, an official notice says.