Chinese tourism agencies have stopped issuing the relevant documents needed for foreigners to enter Tibet. This temporary entry ban comes around the three-year anniversary of the 2008 March riots, which started in Lhasa and spread to other areas with high Tibetan populations. The ban is expected to end in April.
How to Get a Travel Permit to Tibet
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