The Tibet protests have generated a huge amount of media coverage - outside mainland China, that is. Inside the country, YouTube has been blocked, as have CNN stories on the unrest. The Dalai Lama is threatening to resign and of course all of this is calling attention to the upcoming Olympics and the IOC's belief that hosting the Olympics would help China to improve its record in the areas so many people find so troublesome. Here's a sampling of today's news and editorials on the subject.
China blocks media due to Tibet unrest (Guardian UK)
China viewed negatively over Tibet: Poll (Sydney Morning Herald)
Ma won't rule out Olympic boycott over Tibet (Taipei Times)
China terrorizes Tibet (New York Times editorial)
Tibet unrest mucking up China's veneer of perfection (San Francisco Chronicle - Gwen Knapp editorial)
And from China, the official government view: