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Zürich, 17th May 2021: Tibetan Community of Switzerland &Liechtenstein organized a solidarity March and Peace Demonstration on Monday, 17th May 2021 in Zürich in remembrance of Panchen Rinpoche Gendun Choekyi Nyima who disappeared at the age of 6 on 17th May 1995.

Till a few months back, China’s rise was taken as a given. It still is in many ways. China is a rising economic and political power and it’s pointless to talk about preventing that from happening. But how China rises can certainly be managed so that it causes least disruption in the global order.

China’s escalating water war: On top of other asymmetric tactics, Brahmaputra mega-project is a new threat India faces

Ms. Pelosi was speaking on the occasion of the 62nd anniversary of Tibetan Uprising Day on Wednesday.
China for decades has waged a campaign to destroy Tibet's proud culture and history, House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi has alleged, asserting that the US will continue to stand with the Tibetan people and honour those who sacrificed all for their rights and freedom.

Geneva; 10th March 2021: To commemorate the 62nd year of Tibetan National Uprising Day, the Tibetan community of Switzerland & Liechtenstein (TCSL) organized demonstrations in three main cities of Switzerland. (Geneva, Bern and Zürich) jointly with Swiss Tibetan Women Association (STWA) and Tibetan Youth Association in Europe (TYAE)

The Swiss asylum law was revised two years ago with much shorter processes. Under the old law, the asylum applications of more than 300 Tibetan asylum seekers were rejected based on the controversial "Lingua-Analysis" and as they could not provide identity documents from their country-of-origin Tibet, which is occupied by the Communist People's Republic of China. Today, about 250 of these so-called Tibetan "Sans Papiers" are still living in Switzerland under humanly untenable conditions without any basic rights.

America’s Tibetan Policy and Support Act (TPSA), which became law recently, highlights Tibet’s geostrategic importance, including as the source of Asia’s great rivers. Passed with bipartisan support, TPSA establishes a US policy that the selection of Tibetan religious leaders, including the Dalai Lama’s successor, is a decision to be made only by Tibetans, free from Beijing’s interference. It mandates sanctions against Chinese officials interfering in such processes.