December 20, 2020 - 13:18: Research from Basel University suggests that on various levels, the Chinese party-state has too much influence over Switzerland.
Former Tibetan political prisoner Tanak Jigme Sangpo cremated with honours and prayers in Switzerland
Geneva: Tibet’s longest political prisoner Tanak Jigme Sangpo was cremated today with honours and prayers in Winterthur, Switzerland. His casket was wrapped in the Tibetan National flag as a mark of respect and honour for all the sacrifices and sufferings he endured for the freedom of his homeland, Tibet.
"We lost a true patriot of Tibet”: CTA mourns demise of Takna Jigme Sangpo, Tibet’s longest-serving political prisoner
Tributes poured in from around the world on Saturday as word spread that the former Tibetan political prisoner who spent almost half his life in Chinese prison and had spent the remaining in exile relentlessly advocating of the Tibetan cause had died at the age of 91.
Zürich, 1st October 2020: Tibetan Community of Switzerland &Liechtenstein organized a solidarity march and Peace Demonstration on Thursday, 1st October in Zürich for the event, “Global Day of Action: Resist China”
We will continue to support and raise Tibet in Swiss Parliament, never give up,’ Swiss MP Lisa Mazzone to Tibetan Peace Marchers
Geneva: The Tibetan peace marchers, walking from Zurich to Geneva reached Bern, the capital of Switzerland today on 11 September 2020. The peace marchers were welcomed by the Tibetan community of Bern and commended them for their initiative.
Geneva: Tibetan community of Switzerland &Liechtenstein organized a demonstration in front of United Nations Human Rights Council office in Geneva on Friday 18thSeptember 2020 paralleling the ongoing 45thsession of the UN Human Rights Council to draw attention of the United Nation and member states to the worsening situation of human rights in Tibet.
Geneva: 8th September 2020: Tibetan Community of Zurich has organized a peace march from Zurich to Geneva via Bern starting from 8 September 2020 and arriving in Geneva on 18 September 2020.