Tibetan blogger jailed for three years for ‘inciting separatism’
Recent articles in Tibet (China)

Since January 2018, authorities have used “gang crime” charges to sentence at least 51 Tibetans to up to 9 years in prison for peacefully petitioning or protesting issues related to religion, environmental protection, land rights, and official corruption.

The current document calling for the punishment of religiously active retirees in Tibet is part of China’s new party internal disciplinary campaign.

Lamas are seen at Riwoqe Monastery in Qamdo, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, 5 November 2017, Xinhua/Liu Dongjun via Getty Images

New regulations ban social action under the guise of fighting ‘organized crime’ in Tibet.