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U.S. should speak out for Tibet: Nancy Pelosi & Jim McGovern

Freedom-loving nations must call international attention to mounting Chinese human rights violations. Last November, we led the first delegation of United States members of Congress the Chinese government has allowed to visit Tibet in more than eight years. As we mark today’s anniversary of the 1959 uprisingin Tibet, the deteriorating …

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US Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues Sarah Sewall Visits Dharamshala

DHARAMSHALA: US Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues, Under Secretary Sarah Sewall, arrived in Dharamshala today for a two-day official visit to discuss issues of importance to the Tibetan refugee community. She is accompanied by an eight-member US delegation. “Under Secretary Sewall, in her role as Special Coordinator for Tibetan issues, travels …

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Reception for Chinese Friends and Supporters

December 7, 2015 – The Office of Tibet hosted a reception for Chinese friends and supporters in the Washington, DC area at the Tabard Inn on December 4. The event brought together members of the Washington DC Chinese community working on Tibetan and Chinese issues. Representative Kaydor Aukatsang in his …

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Pelosi, Congressional Delegation Conclude Visit to China and Tibet

CAPTION: Leader Pelosi and Members of the Congressional Delegation in front of the Potala Palace in Lhasa during their historic visit to Tibet earlier this week. Photo/Leader Nancy Pelosi’s Office PRESS RELEASE: November 13, 2015 Contact: Drew Hammill/Evangeline George 202-226-7616 Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson, Alaska – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi today issued …

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Tibet’s plea: fix the roof of the world before it’s too late

Dr. Lobsang Sangay, published on The Guardian, November 12 2015 The roof of the world. That is what Tibet has long been known as. The phrase conjures up images of summits, with their mountain peaks, glaciers, permafrost and the nomads who live on the land. But a roof is also symbolic …

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Congressional-Executive Committee on China Announce Release of 2015 Annual Report

Congressional-Executive Commission on China www.cecc.gov CECC Contact:  202-226-3777 October 8, 2015 The CECC Chairs see a disturbing deterioration in human rights and rule of law conditions that pose a direct challenge to U.S. national interests and U.S.-China relations.  In the report’s recommendations, the Chairs identify a need for a top-down …

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Leader Pelosi Leads Congressional Delegation to China

Contact: Drew Hammill/Evangeline George 202-226-7616 November 5, 2015 Pelosi Leads Congressional Delegation to China Washington, D.C. – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi is leading a Congressional delegation trip to China, departing today and focusing on economic growth, national security and cyber security issues, human rights and the importance of bold action …

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