Tashi Paljor, 34, a monk at the Wenpo monastery in Chamdo (in Chinese, Changdu) prefecture in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), was tortured to death on March 1st 2014.
He was seized by police on Friday, February 28th when he arrived at a residence in Wenpo village where authorities had found banned recordings and writings by exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama and exile political leader Lobsang Sangay.
When he was returned to his family, he could not talk and while his family rushing him to the hospital, he passed away.
Since 2008, more than 100 Tibetans have been tortured to death.
A heart aches thinking of the pain that they had to go through.
How can the same human beings treat innocent people with enormous pain?
What kind of state of mind is it?