Adhe Tapontsang is Dead : Death, Obituary, Cause of Death, Memorial, Funeral
360NG totally feeling remorsed to announce the death of a loved one ‘Adhe Tapontsang ‘.
‘Adhe Tapontsang ‘ has Passed Away.
Friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Adhe Tapontsang .
About Adhe Tapontsang
The death of Adhe Tapontsang was made known to us and confirmed via social media.
Adhe Tapontsang (1932 – 3 August 2020) was a Tibetan resistance fighter of the Chushi Gangdruk. She spent 27 years in the Laogai before taking refuge in India. Tapontsang was born in Ghortsa, Xinlong County, Tibet.
In 1958, Tapontsang was arrested and separated from her two children. She was subject to interrogation and internment in the Laogai for 27 years, eleven of them as a “free laborer”. She was released in 1985.
Tapontsang died on 3 August 2020 in Dharamshala, India at the age of 92.
Adhe Tapontsang Cause of Death
How Adhe Tapontsang died (Cause of death) has not been made known to us or confirmed yet!!but will keep you informed once it is revealed.
Adhe Tapontsang Memorial/Funeral
Location of Memorial has not been disclosed yet, we will update you once information has been revealed..
Adhe Tapontsang Tributes
What People Say about Adhe Tapontsang !!!
Adhe Tapontsang spent 27 years in a Chinese prison for resisting the Chinese occupation of Tibet. She managed to flee to McLeodganj, India in 1987 to die at the ripe of 92 on 3 Aug20. Pray her soul rest in peace and wish her dream motherland would be independent in near future.
— H L BEHL (@hl_behl) August 4, 2020
Rest in Power Ama Adhe Tapontsang, former political prisoner of China for 27 years in occupied #Tibet and lifelong resistance fighter. Om Mani Padme Hum #bhogyalo #rangzen #himachal #dharamsala #FreeTibet pic.twitter.com/HGxW9i8Nfu
— GoodMorningMcLeod (@GoodMorningMcL) August 4, 2020
Ama Adhe Tapontsang (Born: 1928; Kham, Eastern #Tibet), oldest surviving Tibetan who survived 27 years of imprisonment in #Chinese custody passes away at #McLeodganj, India. She was a member of the #Tibetan #resistance force formed to fight the #Chinese invasion of her country. pic.twitter.com/9YPvy5a81w
— Friends of Tibet (@friendsoftibet) August 4, 2020