Meanwhile, fewer appear willing to self-immolate as authorities move to punish surviving family members and friends.
Police take his uncle into custody the following day, a local source says.
She had been convicted with five others for supporting a self-immolation protest challenging Chinese rule in Tibetan areas.
They had protested Chinese crackdowns in Tibetan areas and called for the Dalai Lama's return.
The move follows earlier efforts to 'modernize' the central Barkhor area in the Tibetan regional capital.
He is taken into custody after scattering leaflets calling for the long life of exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.
Armed police and checkpoints are removed during the delegation's visit.
They told the nuns they would build new residential quarters and schools, but then forced them to leave and destroyed their homes.
His protest follows a string of others in September calling for Tibetan freedom and the Dalai Lama's return.
He had been convicted of ‘smuggling’ a letter for a fellow author in prison.
Chinese authorities continue to demolish 'illegal' structures, citing crowding and pollution in the scenic area.
He had been jailed in 2014 for producing banned patriotic Tibetan songs.
Authorities say the dwellings and shops are illegal and cause environmental damage.
They had appealed after local officials failed to resolve the dispute.
Samdrub Gyatso is serving time for violating his release terms by traveling outside his home county.
The residents of seven villages in Thangkor town, Sichuan province, have made their pledges at a local monastery.
Arik Dolma Kyab was serving a 10-year jail sentence for ‘endangering national security.’
Their petition over confiscated land has still not been resolved, though.
His protest follows others in September along Ngaba's main street, called 'Heroes' Road' by local residents.
He is suffering from a lung condition he developed as a result of torture in detention.
Though ordered by doctors to rest, his health is 'in general, very good,' he says.
Monks from as many 27 monasteries in Tibetan regions of China are attending the seven-day event, which is being held under tight security.
They had moved back to the area after local officials failed to resolve the dispute.
Authorities make no move to ban or restrict the event, which is attended by Tibetans, Mongolians, and Han Chinese.
She stages her protest despite increased security following a week of similar acts.
Their public calls for Tibetan freedom follow two similar protests in Ngaba earlier in the week.
The flag is banned by Chinese authorities as a symbol of Tibetan freedom from Beijing's rule.
His protest comes a day after another young monk was taken away by authorities for protesting in the same area.
His protest comes two weeks after a Tibetan woman is detained for protesting in the same area.
Authorities had warned residents to refrain from discussing his death.