Protests and arrests continue in Tibet
Nov. 22 (Radio Free Asia): Tibetans are protesting against Chinese rule, risking detention and harsh treatment in jail
On Oct. 29, a man began a lone protest march around the Potala Palace in Lhasa briefly calling through bullhorns for Tibet’s freedom before being detained by police. The man also called for the return of the Dalai Lama to Tibet, the source said. His identity and whereabouts are still unknown.
On Nov. 20, Chinese security officials raided a Lhasa guest house and detained a man named Yeshe Dorje, the facility’s manager. The guest house was affiliated with the Bachoede monastery at Bathang in Sichuan.
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