Keep smilin 💘🐣@urluckynumber #savetibet all profits from this shop went to supporting Tibetan refugees, artists and cultural activists who are being persecuted. With items made by hand by them. We bought some beautiful crafts and wrote them postcards. This was the best birthday ever, and I’m so grateful I live in a world that allows me to be creative and free. #gratitude#friendship#earthday
Chinas erschreckende Menschenrechtsbilanz ist von heute an Thema beim UN-Menschenrechtsrat in Genf. ICT fordert die internationale Gemeinschaft auf, deutliche Worte für Pekings Menschenrechtsverletzungen in Tibet und anderswo zu finden. Die Welt dürfe nicht akzeptieren, dass die chinesische Regierung im eigenen Land systematisch grundlegende Menschenrechtsstandards verletze und versuche, diese Rechte auch im internationalen Diskurs zu schwächen.
ICT hat dazu gemeinsam mit dem Menschenrechtsdachverband FIDH dem UN-Menschenrechtsrat einen Bericht übergeben. Lest mehr in unserer aktuellen Mitteilung: https://savetibet.de/presse/meldungen/meldungen2018/05-11-2018/
It is not okay to forth other to stop practicing their religions. It is not okay to try and destroy a whole country. A unique and very old culture full of amazing traditions.
It is not okay to destroy a whole way of living just because you think yours is better.
But that is what China does. The government destroyed Hundreds of monasteries and temples. They stopped munks and nuns from living their religion. They banned pictures of the most important person for Tibetans - His Holiness Dalai Lama. They killed and tortured and (still do this) people for just saying they believed in the Dalai being the religious and political ruler or even because people wouldn't deny that he is. They imprison humans because they own a picture of a certain person. This can't be real. But it is. The Chinese government does not only search for signs of belief in HHDL in people's houses but they also control their phones.
Tibetans are not even allowed to speak in their own language. A culture is dying. It's getting killed. A cpubtry is dying. It's getting killed. Tibet is dying. It's getting killed.
This is sick. And it has to stop.
Every single time I am reunited with these precious Tibetan orphans, my heart just melts. This room is exploding with love, compassion and gratitude...just for us being there.
Since China's invasion of Tibet in 1949, over 1.2 million Tibetans have died as a direct result of the Chinese rule through executions, torture, hunger and labour camps. This is still happening today, and these beautiful baby survivors are orphaned as a result.
Neue Unterkünfte für Flüchtlingskinder: Heute vor sechs Jahren konnten wir im Rahmen unseres Flüchtlingskinderprojekts neue Unterkünfte im tibetischen Kinderdorf bei Dharamsala einweihen.
Im Bild unser damaliger Ehrengast, der Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje, und ICT-Geschäftsführer Kai Müller.
Aktuell helfen wir den Kindern vor Ort mit unserem Projekt „Gesunde Ernährung für tibetische Flüchtlingskinder“: https://savetibet.de/spenden/fluechtlingskinderprojekt/gesunde-ernaehrung/
The massive landslide on the banks of the #Drichu river (ch. #Yangtse ) near #Chamdo city in Jomda county last week in occupied Tibet’s Sichuan Province is linked with heavy mining and construction projects including dams in the region, exile based rights group said on Monday.
On the morning of Oct 11,2018 a massive mountain face slided into the banks of the river Drichu near the intersection of Bhatang, Palyul and Derong counties in the Kham region blocking the river and creating a barrier-lake that flooded villages in the Po township.
Over 13,600 people from the affected areas and about 11,000 from Tibetan areas in neighbouring Sichuan Province that lay within 300 kilometres (186 miles) downstream regions from the point of the blockage, have reportedly been evacuated and moved to safer grounds.
Rights group Free Tibet has said Chinese mining, development and dam construction projects in the area have been rampant in the region and that, “according to the local population, are directly linked to the increased occurrences of flooding, particularly in the regions of Karze and Ngawa”.
“The Drichu River has been an essential component in a series of Chinese large-scale hydro-dam development projects at the Tibetan Plateau’s southeast corner. Aimed at meeting the increasing electricity demands of distant Chinese cities, the hydro-dam constructions are not there to benefit the local Tibetan population,” the group said in a report published October 15.
China’s reckless mining operations and construction projects on the Tibetan plateau over the last few decades, many environmental experts say, have done irreversible damage to the fragile eco-system that is responsible for feeding fresh water to a major part of Asia.
#Tibet#Tibetan#Lhasa#UTsang#Kham#Amdo#Mining#Himalaya#DalaiLama#Everest#Dam#HydroDam#Fracking#TibetanPlateau#Xizang#Sichuan#Qinghai#Gansu#Ecology#Flooding#Landslide#ClimateChange#AiWeiWei#Deforestation Pollution #China
Located in Serta County in Kardze, eastern Tibet, Larung Gar Buddhist Institute is the largest and one of the most significant sites in Tibetan Buddhism.
Watch this video to learn more about the evictions and demolitions issued in 2016 by the Chinese government as part of a wider attack on freedom of religion in Tibet.
You can help us continue our work for Tibet's monasteries by joining Free Tibet here: https://secure.freetibet.org/join?utm_source=FB&utm_campaign=LarungGarJoinVideo
#커리지기 두부커리+ 된장찌개+짜이 정말환상의 조합이네요..흐엉
커리지기활동에 대해 궁금해 하시는분들이 많아서 사직동그가게에 대한 설명을 짧게 해봅니다
월요일은 사직동그가게 영업은 쉬는 날이고 저는 자원활동으로 커리를만들어요 월요일은 커리지기 화~ 일요일은 카페지기 들의 자원활동으로 운영되고 있는 티베트난민의 자립을 돕는 NGO입니다 @rogpashop