Candlelight Vigil on the Event of Final Day of CCP’s Centenary Ceremony

Central Tibetan Women’s Association in collaboration with Rtwa Dhasa organised a candlelight vigil on the event of final day of CCP’s centenary ceremony at Mcleod Ganj, Dharamshala.
The candlelight vigil was held to express our disagreement with China’s oppressive rule not only in Tibet, but also in Hong Kong, Southern Mongolia, and East Turkestan. It was organised to also showcase our solidarity with millions of people suffering under its hardline oppressive regime during its hundred year reign.
All the participants wore black masks to mark this a a black day for millions of people under Chinese occupation.C

“Appeal Letter” to the Respective Embassies for their Kind Support for the Cause of Tibet

23rd July, 2021
As China concludes the centenary celebration with pride and joy, millions under China’s occupied states continue to suffer.
On this day , Central Tibetan Women’s Association’s Executive members visited the office of United Nation in Delhi with an ”Appeal Letter” and they also visited and submitted an “Appeal Letter” to the other embassies for their kind support for the cause of Tibet.

Candlelight Vigil in Remembrance of All those Martyred During 100 Years of Oppression by CCP Regime

Central TWA along with Rtwa Dhasa marked the 100 years founding anniversary of CCP by organizing a candle light vigil to stand in solidarity as well as in remembrance of all those martyred during 100 years of oppression by CCP regime. Even the heavy rainfall cannot deter the relentless spirit of our association and all the participants as we carried on with the event through the downpour. #FreeTibet #BoycottBeijing2022 #NoBeijing2022 #noolympic2022


Appeal To Indian Government to Honour His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama with ”Bharat Ratna”

On 21st March 2021, Special Frontier Force Mr. Tsering Yeshi and Mr. Chime Tamding started a bike rally from Dharamsala to purposefully appeal to Indian Government to honour His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama with ‘Bharat Ratna’, the highest civilian award of the Republic of India.
Central Tibetan Women’s Association deeply appreciates their courage to voluntarily carry forward such initiative and wishes them all the luck and success.


Detained By The Chinese Police

Tibetan Protester Dies From Prison Torture After Being Released to Hospital  — Radio Free Asia

Kuchok Jinpa, 51year old tour guide died in Lhasa hospital from prison injuries. He was detained by the Chinese authorities in 2013 and later on convicted him of leaking states secrets for passing information to foreign media about local environmental and protest in his region.