There have been rallies around the world in support of protesters in Tibet - including at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The exiles are demanding an end to China's 57-year rule in the Himalayan region - and denouncing the Chinese response to unrest, like this mock poster in Paris.
Riot police were on guard at the European Union headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
In London, the protests even extended to a display of China's 2,000-year-old Terracotta Army, at the British Museum.
In Dharamsala in northern in India - where Tibet's government in exile is based - monks expressed anger while praying for peace...
... while protests have been held in cities around India.
In the Taiwanese capital Taipei, protests continued for a second day. The issue of Tibet is a particularly sensitive one in Taiwan, whose independence China does not recognise.
In Sydney, Australia, Tibetan immigrants and supporters waved flags and shouted anti-Beijing slogans outside the Chinese consulate.
Demonstrators in South Korea say there has been violent suppression of dissent in Tibet.