Writer and Editor Released

PEN welcomes the March 29, 2014 release of Tibetan writer and editor Tashi Rabten (pen-name Te’urang) who had been serving a four-year prison sentence in connection with his critical… More

Writer and Editor Sentenced

PEN International protests the four-year prison sentence handed down to Tibetan writer and editor Tashi Rabten (pen-name Te’urang) on June 2, 2011, for his critical writings. More

Internet Writers Sentenced

International PEN protests the 15- and five-year prison sentences handed down to Tibetan Internet writers Kunchok Tsephel and Kunga Tseyang in mid-November 2009. More

Writer and Editor Detained

International PEN is seriously concerned for the welfare of Tibetan writer and editor Tashi Rabten (pen name: Te’urang), who was reportedly arrested on July 27, 2009. PEN fears that… More

Internet Writer Detained Without Charges

International PEN is seriously concerned about the detention of Kunchok Tsephel, a Tibetan Internet writer, who has reportedly been held without charge since February 26, 2009. More

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