Rights Group  Criticizes China's Religious Repression Tibet བོད་སྐད།

Religious repression in Tibet is tightening, with authorities intensifying pressure on monks to denounce the Dalai Lama. The government had started building police stations close to or even in monasteries, limiting the number of monks or nuns and making them take exams to prove their loyalty to China, the London-based Tibet Watch said in a newly released report. Though visitors to Tibet may notice rebuilt and restored monasteries and monks and nuns apparently able to freely practice their religion, it is only for show, the group said.