Kelsang Tsultrim


On 20 December 2011 Kalsang Tsultrim, a Tibetan monk and writerwas given a four-year prison sentence for recording a video message about the situation in Tibet.

Send an urgent message to Wang Sanyun, Gansu Province Party Secretary, demanding the release of Kelsang Tsultrim.

Dhondup Wangchen

Dhondup Wangchen

Dhondup Wangchen was arrested in March 2008 for filming interviews with ordinary Tibetans about life under Chinese rule.

Send an urgent message to Luo Huining, Party Secretary of Qinghai Province, and to Ms Wu Aiying, China’s Minister of Justice, urging for Dhondup’s immediate release.

Runggye Adak

Runggye Adak

On 1 August 2007, Runggye Adak, a nomad from Lithang in eastern Tibet, stepped onstage at an official function at the Lithang Horse Racing Festival, to present a ceremonial khatag to the chief Lama of Lithang monastery.

Take Action now and send a message to Sichuan’s Party Secretary Wang Dongming (below), demanding the immediate release of Runggye Adak, Adak Lupoe and Jamyang Kunkhyen.

Jigme Guri

jigme guri

On 20 August 2011 Jigme Guri a senior monk from Labrang Monastery in Amdo (Ch: Gansu), was arrested for the third time in three years. His current whereabouts are unknown.

PLEASE TAKE ACTION! Send an email message to Gansu’s Party Secretary Wang Sanyun, demanding the release of Jigme Guri. Your action here and now could make a difference in finding Jigme Guri and securing his release.