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WHEREABOUTS OF THE FILMMAKERS


Dhondup Wangchen was detained by Chinese security authorities on March 26, 2008, in Tong De, Qinghai Province. He was held in Ershilipu Detention Center, in Xining for three months. From there he was moved to unofficial detention in Gongshang Hotel, in Xining. He was last seen in Gonshang Hotel on or about July 12, 2008.Jigme Gyatso, known as Golog Jigme, assisted his friend Dhondup in the making of the film. He was born and raised in Golog Serta, in the Karze region of Kham, the southeastern province of Tibet (Chinese: Ganze, Sichuan). He was a Tibetan Buddhist monk at Labrang Monastery in Gansu Province. Jigme Gyatso was detained on March 23, 2008. He was last seen in a detention center in the town of Kachu (Chinese: Lingxia, Gansu).

HOW YOU CAN HELP


Contact the IOC CLICK HERE FOR A SAMPLE LETTER President of the IOCJacques RoggeChateau de VidyLausanne, 1003SwitzerlandEmail: jacques.rogge@ioc.olympic.org Phone 1: +41 21 621 67 46 (w)Phone 2: +41 79 43 31 022 (cell)Fax: +41 21 621 63 53Contact the Chinese government:CLICK HERE FOR A SAMPLE LETTER President of the People’s Republic of China Hu Jintao Guojia ZhuxiThe State Council General Office2 Fuyoujie, XichengquBeijingshi 100017People’s Republic of China[Salutation: Your Excellency]Premier of the People’s Republic of China Wen JiabaoThe State Council General Office9 Xihuangcheng GenbeijieBeijingshi 100032People’s Republic of ChinaEmail: gazette@mail.gov.cn[Salutation: Dear Prime Minister]Minister of Public Security of the People’s Republic of ChinaMeng Jiangzhu BuzhangGong’anbu14 Dongchang’anjieDongchengqu, Beijingshi 100741People’s Republic of ChinaFax: 011 86 10 63099216[Salutation: Your Excellency]Send copies of your correspondence to the Chinese Embassy in your country. CHINESE EMBASSIES: http://www.fmprc.gov.cn/eng/wjb/zwjg/2490/default.htmContact your embassy in China and ask them to express concern. FOREIGN EMBASSIES IN CHINA: http://www.fmprc.gov.cn/chn/lbfw/namelist/embassy%20list/SUPPORT Filming for Tibet

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