March 11, 2018
   Posted in Flash Mobile, News Flash
Published By Tenzin Jigme

This year marks the 59th Anniversary of Tibetan National Uprising Day. On 10th March 1959, 300,000 Tibetans launched a peaceful demonstration outside the Norbulingka, Summer Palace of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Lhasa, the capital city of Tibet. This protest march was caused by fears of a plot to kidnap His Holiness the Dalai Lama by PLA officers who invited His Holiness alone to the theatrical performance in Lhasa.

It has been 59 years, like every passing year, on this particular day; Tibetans and Tibet supporters across the globe commemorate Tibetan National Uprising Day by observing massive public event, visiting temples, offering prayers, remembering the Tibetans who were brutally slaughtered under the hands of the People Republic of China.

As you might notice our social media sites are filled with netizens across the globe commemorating Tibetan National Uprising Day by sharing comments, pictures and short clips relating Tibetan National Uprising Day.

Robert Alexander Farrar Thurman, an American based Buddhist writer and academic, on his Facebook page announced there was a podcast on 10th March Tibetan National Uprising Day.

John Saurez, Human Rights Activist and Advocate for ordered liberty via nonviolence, has shared Tibetan National Flag along with his own picture at the 10TH March solidarity rally in Miami, USA.

Tibetan Review, pioneering English Magazine in exile, has shared Tibetan supporters at 10th March rally outside the UN in Geneva.

Tenzin Lhadon Tethong, on her twitter id @lhadon, recalls her protesting every year at the street of Vancouver with her family and the small group of Tibetans in Canada. She is a Tibetan activist and the founder of Tibet Action Institute that runs digital communication tools with strategic nonviolent action to build and strengthen the Tibet movement for human rights and freedom, an independent news website, @Scroll_in tweets “ PM-in-exile urges China to hold a dialogue with the Dalai Lama.”

Dailyworld, International newspaper from Chandigarh, @DailyWorldChd tweets ’59TH Tibetan National Uprising Day’ with Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts’ artistes playing flute for Tibetan National Anthem singing during Central Tibetan Administration Commemoration of the 59th anniversary of Tibetan National Uprising Day at main temple, Mcleod Ganj, Dharamshala, on 10th March 2018.

Michael Cahill on his twitter id @michaelkinsell8 share’s Statement of the President of the Central Tibetan Administration on Tibetan National Uprising Day

Man Aman Singh Chhina is a journalist for Indian Express and on his twitter id @manaman_chinna tweets ” I was moved to see them (Tibetans 10th March rally at Dharamshala ) singing Indian national anthem after the Tibetan national anthem.”

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