In the run up to the 62nd anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising Day on 10th March.
Global Alliance for Tibetan and Persecuted Minorities (GATPM) has launched a campaign exposing human rights violations and atrocities being committed on Tibetans and other minorities by Communist Party of China.
They have installed standees, banners in front Chinese embassy in London.
The aim is to educate people around the world about the massacre Tibetans and others are enduring under CCP.
Tibet is under its illegal occupation for over 70 years.
An armed Tibetan rebellion in 1958 had met a brutal crackdown from Chinese.
Since then the Tibetan government, their spiritual leader Dalai Lama have been living in exile in India.
Chinese are not only accused of persecuting Tibetans and Uyghurs but they also have launched a violent crackdown against practitioners of Falun Gong.
Thousands have been killed for their beliefs, their organs sold.
While 87,000 have been tortured, 4,160 died due to atrocities.