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"March 16th is a day of a heavy and tragic memory for Ngaba. Many people were shot to death by the Chinese police force when they were carrying out a peaceful protest, 2008. Since then till this day, Ngaba continues to suffer - many lives lost by self immolation protests."
"For Khechok Palden, a monk from Kirti monastery, Ngaba, Amdo and an unidentified monk from Tsekhog, Malho, who self immolated on March 16th 2014.
Kunchok Palden, set himself ablaze on the main road in a town of Ngaba where more than a dozen Tibetans have self immolated."
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"March has become a sad month, the most memorable for Tibetans and for us who care for peace and freedom in the World" Tomoyo Ihaya
Tomoyo Ihaya created artwork for each Tibetan who self immolated - 140+ - capturing the depair and the sadness and an end to self-immolations through a vision of peace.
This peice is for Lobsang Phuntsok:
"...Four years ago (15th March), Lobsang Phuntsok, a monk from Kirti Monastery, Ngaba, Amdo, set himself on fire. He was only 20 years old. He walked to a busy main street from his monastery alone and walking in flame raising slogans loudly: "May H.H.Dalai Lama return to Tibet" "Tibet needs freedom".
He fell into the ground twice then a bunch of army and police forces came to surround him. The witness says he was beaten severely on site."
"..Local people grabbed his body to admit to hospital but the hospital refused to treat him.
In great pain, he passed away around 3 am on the next day"...
"More than 3,000 monks offered prayers all day and over night in front of his body wrapped with kathaks and three thousands and some hundreds people came to pay condolence to him at the monastery. Everybody was in tears." ... See MoreSee Less
That's what I call support. How about it @Jeremy_Hunt the Tibet flag would look great on parliament clock tower. Better than all that scaffolding. #TibetanUprisingDay @SaveTibetOrg
TIBETAN FLAG ON GERMAN PARLIAMENT & BRANDENBURG GATE We say loud and clear: #Tibet is not forgotten! 60th anniversary of uprising & oppression: German policy makers must stand up for human rights in Tibet. Donate now: https://t.co/Xx0ikdmr5N #10March Credits Dirk-M. Heinzelmann
Bath is coming alive with the spirit of Tibet a tight rope walker holds a flag. @freetibetorg @HongKongFP #10thMarch #TibetanUprisingDay @SaveTibetOrg @MandieTibetNet
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