Boing Boing Blog has a large collection of reading on the Tibetan Protests. Here’s the lead of the latest one.
Tibet: nearly 1,000 jailed in Lhasa, Dalai Lama offers to resign
POSTED BY XENI JARDIN, MARCH 18, 2008 8:42 AM | PERMALINK
* Above: cellphone video of thousands of monks and laypeople protesting at Labrang monastery Xiahe, Gansu province in China. March 15, 2008.
* Left: The dead bodies of eight protesters were brought into Ngaba Kirti Monastery yesterday, in the Ngaba area of Tibet. The caption on this image from phayul.com indicates that observers are throwing money on the corpses as a customary expression of grief. Students for a Free Tibet posted reports that more than 20 protesters were killed at Ngaba. Here are photos of the dead (warning: graphic). Copies of the same photos are here.
* Here is the first-person account of Spence Palermo, a sound technician and filmmaker from Oregon, who was on location at that monastery working on a TV program for Nation”
* lots more 😦