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Murals of Tibet took its author ten years to research and compile
Tibet is the setting for a remarkable and enduring love story between an elderly man and a group of monkeys
Tibetans living in Xiaobawang Village of Danba County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, celebrated Tibetan New Year - Losar on Friday which also began the Spring Festival.
It comes amid conflicting messages around whether the species is less endangered than before.
The annual Danxung Horse Festival in Tibet has delivered its usual mix of horse exploits and music.
Tibetan protesters clashed with police outside the Chinese embassy in New Delhi. The protest was held to mark the Tibetan national uprising day.
The Dalai Lama has told the European Parliament in Strasbourg that the EU should offer “constructive criticism” to China.
The Dalai Lama today held made an address followed by a question-and-answer session at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.
Mount Everest's Southern climbing route up to the "Roof of the World" has been documented in project 360° videography and photography.
Czech police have arrested 12 people in Prague for defacing Chinese flags and replacing them with Tibetan ones, as Chinese President Xi Jinping
It’s 57 years since hundreds of Tibetans rose against the Chinese occupation of Tibet and their fight lives on today. On Thursday (10 March 2016)
Protesters shouting anti-China slogans were detained during a demonstration in New Delhi on Thursday. The protest was held to mark the 57th
This year will be the hottest on record and next year could be even hotter, according to a new report. The World Meteorological Organisation says a
Beijing is celebrating 50 years since it made Tibet an autonomous region. This follows a couple of months after long-exiled Tibetan spiritual leader
A small group of Tibetan protesters have disrupted a presentation of Beijing’s bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Lausanne, Switzerland.
China says Tibetan people are “happy and healthy” and it will not alter its “correct” policies in the region.
In a lengthy policy paper carried by