Tibetans and their supporters Sunday stormed the Chinese embassy and consulates in Canada signaling angry sentiments while they were commemorating the 54th Tibetan national uprising day.
Hundreds of Tibetans marched to the embassy in the Canadian capital city Ottawa shouting "free Tibet" slogans and urging the Canadian government to send fact-finding mission into Tibet amid the ongoing Tibetan self-immolations.
Tibetan rights groups in exile said that more than 100 Tibetans in Tibet have set themselves on fire in protest against the Chinese government since 2009.
While hundreds shouted "free Tibet" slogans in front of the Chinese embassy in the Canadian capital city, several groups consisting more than three hundred Tibetans and Canadians stormed the Chinese consulates in Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary.
Tibetans were joined by dozens of Canadian human rights activists and politicians including Peggy Nash, member of Canadian Parliament.
The Canadian parliamentarian released a statement on her official website citing she stands in solidarity with the Tibetan people marking the 54th national uprising day.
It is reported that around four thousand Tibetans from all over Europe gathered in Brussels to observe the 1959 failed Tibetan uprising day.
In India, the Dharamshala based Tibetan government in exile head Dr. Lobsang Sangay issued a statement blaming the Chinese government for the chain of self-immolations in Tibet.
"The continuing vicious cycle of repression and resentment in Tibet is manifested in the devastating number of Tibetans setting themselves on fire," said Lobsang Sangay.
A Tibetan man named Dawa consumed and poured kerosene all over his body and tried to set himself on fire Sunday in the north Indian town of Mcleod Ganj, Dhramashala where Tibetan NGO heads and the government in exile are based. He was stopped by the local police.
More than two thousand Tibetans from the Tibetan refugee camps in south India gathered in in the city of Bangalore and marched for hours chanting: "China stop killing Tibetans" and "Tibet belongs to Tibetans".
Several students in the group including some Indian students were walking bare foot saying that they wanted to feel the pain of the self-immolators in Tibet.
"Walking on bare foot in such a sunny day really burns our feet, but now we can feel the pain of Tibetans who set themselves on fire in protest against Chinese government," said Rashi, an Indian student in the city.
Speaking to the International Business Times, a Member of Tibetan Parliament in exile Menlum Tharchen said the exile government has sent all the ministers to different countries to coordinate the protests.
Asked if there were any country where the Tibetans in exile were unable to organize the protest Sunday, the minister said that, Tibetans in Nepal couldn't commemorate the uprising day due to pressure from Beijing government.
Following the failed national uprising day 1959, the Dalai Lama along with thousands of Tibetans fled Tibet.