Pentagon making race-specific bioweapons to target citizens, China says
"The Pentagon has formulated plans for hitting opponents with genetically engineered weapons," a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said.
Joe Rogan questions if Dalai Lama should be jailed for kissing child
"How wild to just be kissing a kid in front of everybody. Tongue kissing," said Rogan as he discussed the controversial footage on his podcast.
India minister rebuffs China objection to visit frontier state
China's decision to protest the Indian official's visit to Arunachal Pradesh was routine, a subject matter expert told Newsweek.
Celebrities speak out after seeing Dalai Lama tongue video
The Tibetan spiritual leader apologized after footage surfaced of him kissing a boy, saying he often teases people he meets in an innocent way, even in public.
What full video of Dalai Lama kissing boy reveals
Tibet's holiest figure was criticized for inappropriate conduct over an interaction with an Indian schoolboy in late February.
China culpable in "significant" abuses against own people—U.S. report
"Genocide and crimes against humanity" against predominantly Muslim Uyghurs in Xinjiang are ongoing, the U.S. State Department said.
China's plan to assimilate Tibet
Beijing's heavy-handed tactics in Xinjiang are well known; less so is its "boiling the frog" approach to Tibet, experts say.
U.N. experts alarmed by China's treatment of 1 million Tibetan children
A Chinese government spokesperson said the experts were "politicizing and instrumentalizing human rights issues."
Dalai Lama in peril as police reveal Chinese national hunting Tibet leader
Security has been boosted at an Indian temple where the Dalai Lama had been addressing devotees.
The dispute behind India and China's border clash
Beijing has reasons for keeping the border dispute alive, experts say.
Himalayan plateau is about to fall apart due to thawing permafrost
Researchers have found huge swathes of infrastructure across the 970,000 square mile area will be at risk by 2050.
Fact Check: Has a 209-Year-Old Tibetan Monk Been Discovered?
A Twitter user has dubiously claimed the monk is the oldest person in the world and was found in a state of deep meditation.
UN Report Points to Modern Slavery Practice in China's Xinjiang
Governments and rights groups are still waiting for a long overdue assessment by the UN's top human rights official, Michelle Bachelet.
China Says Stop Worrying About Tibet As U.S. Appoints New Official
Beijing decried what it considers foreign interference this week as the State Department appointed career diplomat Uzra Zeya to the role of Tibet coordinator.
China Pulls Boston Celtics Games After Player Calls Xi a 'Dictator'
"More than 150 Tibetan people have burned themselves alive...I stand with my Tibetan brothers and sisters, and I support their calls for Freedom," Kanter said.
Nancy Pelosi Says Republican Party Has Been 'Hijacked By A Cult'
In a wide-ranging speech, the House speaker also attacked China's human rights record, but said Beijing and Washington must come together on climate change.
China's Relentless Persecution of Tibet Must End Now
To even possess a small image of His Holiness leads to immediate and severe punishment. And the oppression of Tibet and Tibetans doesn't stop with religious persecution. Arbitrary arrest, detention and imprisonment are common.
China Military Holds 'Record-Breaking' Drill in Tibet
China also announced this week it was deploying additional troops to the Line of Actual Control dividing its border with India.
Johnnie Moore Honored to Be Sanctioned by China for Religious Freedom Fight
He and his family can no longer travel to the country.
Funding Bill With COVID Relief Has Section on Reincarnation of Dalai Lama
The legislation calls out China's "interference" in the succession process for the leader of Tibetan Buddhism.
Beijing's Terrifying Repression Campaigns
China is fast transforming into the global epicenter of totalitarian terror. The world has watched in horror as news has trickled out about the massive campaign of repression being waged by the Chinese government in Xinjiang.
15 Percent of Tibet's Population Sent to Chinese Training Centers: Report
The militaristic recruitment program primarily targets rural farmers who are then trained to support Chinese industries.
WHO Is About to Decide Whether Coronaviurs Is Global Health Emergency
The virus has killed almost 200 people since it emerged in the city of Wuhan in late 2019.
China Says Dalai Lama's Reincarnation Must Follow Law
The Dalai Lama warned that China may choose its own Tibetan Buddhist as his successor after he dies.
Double Amputee Conquers Everest on Fifth Attempt
Xia Boyu, 69, lost his feet to frostbite in a previous effort to climb the mountain.
China's Weather Control Network Is Making It Rain
The machines have the potential to increase rainfall by 10 trillion liters each year.
Tibet Can Stay in China, Dalai Lama Says
The leader said China must commit to protecting the disputed region's culture and autonomy.
Marriott International Investigated in Shanghai
Authorities in Shanghai have shut down the hotel chain's Chinese-language website for a week.
China Plans World's Longest Tunnel to Water a Desert
The central government is considering the huge proposal that would divert water from Tibet to the Xinjiang region.
China Ready for 'War' on India, Holds Live-Fire Drills
China and India also denied reports that 158 Indian troops were killed during recent Chinese military action in the tense border dispute.