China to try Tibetan Language advocate Tashi Wangchuk tomorrow for ‘inciting separatism’

By Lobsang Tenchoe

DHARAMSALA, Jan 3: Chinese officials are planning to put Tashi Wangchuk, who advocates for broader Tibetan language education, on trial tomorrow for ‘inciting separatism’, a charge that could result in a sentence of up to 15 years in prison, The New York Times reported citing his lawyer.

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First International Conference on ‘Middle Way’ Policy to be held in Dharamsala 

Tibetan People’s Movement for ‘Middle Way’ and Youth for Umaylam-Minnesota will jointly hold the inaugural International Conference on ‘Middle Way’ policy from May 26th – 31st in Dharamsala, the organizing committee announced earlier today at a press conference held at the Club House in Mcleod Ganj, Dharamsala.

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