Tenzin Dalha is a research fellow at The Tibet Policy Institute, Central Tibetan Administration, studying social media’s prevalence, implications and impacts on Tibetan communities both in Tibet and exile. His research interest also extends to exploring Chinese Cyber security policy.
He received his M.Phil. Degree in Journalism and Communication from the University of Madras in 2014.
He has presented papers at various national and international forums including O.P. Jindal Global University, Madras University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Westminster, and University of Innsbruck, Austria. He has also contributed commentaries on prestigious platforms like the Diplomat and Global-is-Asian.
Prior to joining the Tibet Policy Institute, he worked as a freelance journalist contributing mainly through photography and videos for documentary film.
- Digital Freedom
- Chinese policy on Internet censorship and filtering
- Chinese Cyber Security policy
- Internet openness, security and right
- Chinese Surveillance and Artificial Intelligence (AI)