^ Radio Free Asia keeps us updated on the estimated number of detainees in Tibet.

There has also been a mass resettlement of 400 Tibetan families recently, as well as students detained by armed forces for protests against the new law in March that officially eliminates Tibetan from schools.  Reporters Without Borders (RSF, “sin frontier”) have information regarding Yonten Gyatso, the dissident monk attempting to spread outside information through the gridlock of Chinese censorship authorities (see also the article by Radio Free Asia: “Lhasa ‘Like a Vast Prison,'” describing body-scanners, check-points, and armed policemen in groups at every turn).

Stay tuned to the Restored Voice Facebook page to stay updated on the escalation in Tibet.

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August 23, 2012 · 9:13 PM


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