Tashi Wangchuk

China: Release Tibetan language rights campaigner immediately

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Tashi Wangchuk, a young Tibetan businessman and language rights advocate is charged with “inciting separatism”. He is facing up to 15 years in prison if found guilty.

Yeshe Choedron

Retired doctor serving a 15-year sentence 

Yeshe Choedron

Yeshe Choedron has been in prison since 2008, accused of sending “intelligence” to Tibetans in exile. Her children are currently not allowed to visit her.

Lhamo Kyab

Highly respected primary school teacher serving 15 years.

Lhamo Kyab

Lhamo Kyab was taken away late at night in 2008 accused of “endangering state security” around the 2008 Tibetan uprising. Lhamo Kyab was held in secret for almost 2 years before being sentenced.

Free Shokjang Now!

Tibetan writer sentenced for expressing freedom rights. 

Shokjang

Shokjang, a prominent young Tibetan writer known for his thought-provoking articles about the current situation in Tibet, sentenced to 3 years in prison after being ‘disappeared’ for almost a year.