The article in Question is written by Jamyang Norbu and is found on Rangzen Alliance’s homepage.
I will add the link, but first some short passages from it.
Lhasa consists of approximately 1.2 million Chinese and approximately 200,000 Tibetans. The majority of these Tibetans live in an area which is now almost entirely enclosed by military compounds with walls between 10-16 feet; some with barbed wire. This isolation gives the impression of what the Warsaw Ghetto was like. Inside the “enclosed” area groups of armed soldiers, S.W.A.T. teams, and police patrol the streets 24 hours a day.
All Tibetans must carry identification at all times. Tibetans residing in Lhasa are required to register with the police.
Approximately 50 nuns going to a retreat on a bus, were detained and held for questioning after an informant accused them of speaking against the government. Their whereabouts are presently unknown.
A Tibetan artist who painted a Tibetan looking upwards towards a clock above their head, titled “Waiting” was arrested for the symbolism used in the painting.
Approximately 300-400 monks previously resided at the Potala Palace; today the number is around 36. Soldiers and other military personnel now live in the rooms where the monks used to reside. Although it is listed as a World Heritage site, the Chinese government now uses the Potala as a military post.
The article is written on February 18, 2012 and the situation for the Tibetan people is even more urgent now!
They need YOU to spread the word how their daily lives look like when there still are any Tibetans left… There is an ongoing genocide going on by the Chinese…