Forced resettlement schemes and military-style 'vocational training' have uprooted thousands from traditional livelihoods, taking them far from their homes, experts say.
Tibet advocacy groups welcome the move, calling it a display of support for the Tibetan people and a sign of a strengthened US stance toward China.
Tsegon Gyal had been jailed for writing a blog criticizing China's restrictive 'ethnic unity' policies in Tibetan areas.
Tibetan sources say the increased police presence is aimed solely at surveillance.
Access remains restricted for Tibetans despite completion of construction work around the temple complex.
Sangchu county Tibetans convicted of 'extortion' had received compensation for damage caused by Chinese road-building work.
Beijing seeks to leverage global status to keep people silent about human rights abuses, witnesses say.
With China now coming under greater international scrutiny, supporters of Tibet should call for more pressure on Beijing, one protest leader says.
Coveted state-sector jobs are restricted to Chinese Communist Party members, who must closely study the doctrines of party chief Xi Jinping.
Participation is said to be voluntary, but 'clear signs of coercion' are present, a new report says.
Baimadajie Angwang had spied for Beijing since 2014, informing the Chinese Consulate in New York of the activities of the exile Tibetan community in the New York area.
The move is an attempt by China to create a climate of fear among Tibetans as tensions rise on the India-China border, one source says.
In Tibetan areas of Qinghai, children are sent away to Chinese boarding schools, while local schools are merged to create classes taught only in Chinese.
Nomad families in Qinghai's Themchen county must leave their ancestral lands by the end of 2020, Chinese officials say.
He promises to sanction Chinese leaders for rights violations and to meet with exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, whom Trump has not yet met.
China and India accuse each other of provocations in Ladakh, without providing details.
'For Tibetans, Buddhism is more important than Communism,' Tibet's exile political leader Sikyong Lobsang Sangay says.
Swiss migration officials say however that no one fleeing persecution will be sent home.