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News from New York: News of Tibetans People in New York City


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Tibetans in NYC Cry for Their Loved Ones in Tibet

View Photo Features: UN Headquarters, NYC Protest March 17 2008

Read Memorandums to UN, President Bush & PM of India
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Pradeep Thapa Magar in New York City
न्यूयोर्क,
New York,
March 18, 2008-
The Chinese government’s recent brutality against Tibetans on their own soil touched the hearts of Tibetan refugees around the world, including those living in the New York Metropolitan area. As hundreds of thousands of their brothers, sisters, fathers and mothers, as well as Buddhist monks, were arrested, tortured and killed in Tibet just months before the Beijing Olympics is scheduled for the Chinese capital on August 8th, New York resident Tibetans demonstrated in the streets of New York City.


Today, protesters threw a bucket of enamel paint at Chinese Consulate in New York City.


NYPD officers trying to blocked the protesters from breaking the fence who got aggressive after one the protesters arrested.
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More than 700 protested against the UN’s tight-lipped silence about human rights abuses in Tibet in front of UN Headquarters. 20 protesters were arrested there yesterday when they silently laid down in the street. Today, 300 protested against the brutality in front of the New York Chinese Consulate. NYPD officers made 4 arrests when angry protesters threw a bucket of red enamel paint (view) on the massive wall of the consulate to symbolize the blood that has been shed by their loved ones in Tibet. They shouted “China is the butcher. China is the murderer.”


20 protesters who were being taken into custody in front of UN Headquarters yesterday.
Photo courtesy:
TibetanYouthCongress.US


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One NYPD officer with his tear gas gun.

Thupten, a protester (view) showed USNepalOnline an sms from his friend in Tibet stating that the Chinese police have slaughtered more than 1000 (one thousand) civilian Tibetans, including Buddhist monks from the various monasteries throughout Tibet since March 10th. March 10th marks the 49th Tibetan National Uprising Day against the illegal Chinese occupation when, in 1959, HH the Dalai Lama and hundreds of thousands of Tibetans were forced to flee into exile.

Upon meeting this Nepali news portal journalist, the organizers strongly protested the Nepal police arrest and torture of non-violent Tibetan demonstrators in Kathmandu in recent days. They asked us to highlight the brutal actions of the Nepal government which they believe is an appeasement of the Chinese government.


Thupten who received an sms from Tibet during the protest this afternoon.


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“No Human Rights, No Olympics”

The Tibetan protest will continue, according to the organizers, until the Government of China halts it abuses of all innocent peoples in Tibet. The protest coincides with the time when international attention is focused on China as the host of the Olympic Games and China may be embarrassed if any of the participating countries refuse to take part citing concerns for the human rights abuses.

And, we wonder about the rights to self determination as guaranteed by the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples which was ratified by 189 of the 193 member countries, including China. The Tibetans are the indigenous people of Tibet.

Please return again as we will continue to cover the news stories of Tibetan protests and highlights of their demands.


Angry protesters.


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NYPD brought enough handcuffs but made only 4 arrests in today's protest.




Chinese Consulate in Manhattan, New York.


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Photos of people who were killed in Tibet by the Chinese police.








Sherap, 7 and her mother Kalsang. Photos: eEyeCam for USNepalOnline.Com


Sonam, 65, who was born in Tibet, came recently to US from India.


Yeshi Chonyi holding a plaque card.






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Lama Lobchan Dorge, 70, escaped from Tibet in 1959.


Tenzing Nangsa, 3, (holding Tibetan flag) with her mother Tsering Choedol (center). Tenzing Dakar, 2, (1st from left), Lilu, 3.

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"No Human Rights: No Olympics. China Lies: UN Listens"
न्यूयोर्कका तिब्बतियनहरुले UN अगाडि धर्ना कसे
View Photo Features: UN Headquarters, NYC Protest March 17 2008
 
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