Tibet on Fire is an online journalism platform that tells the story behind the crisis in Tibet using the latest in interactive media.
Over 102 Tibetans have set themselves on fire since February 2009 to protest Chinese rule. Thousands more have demonstrated in the streets, been arrested, detained, and disappeared. That’s a lot to take in. To make things worse, the news about Tibet is scattered across so many sources, most of which are little known and hard to find.
We want to bring that news together in a way that helps make sense of it. Visit us at tibetonfire.org.
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