Lhuboom Tashi | Radio Free Asia [caption id="attachment_3102" align="alignleft" width="300"] Tibetan writer Shokjang arrested by the Chinese communist party regime (Photo courtesy of an RFA listener)[/caption] A prominent Tibetan writer taken away by authorities last month is believed to be held in a detention center in northwest China’s Qinghai province, according to a Tibetan source inside the region. Druklo, a prominent Tibetan writer who goes by the pen name Shokjang, was secretly detained for a second time on March 19, around the same time that a friend of his was also taken away, said the source, who declined to be identified. “However, the friend was released later, but not Shokjang,” he told RFA’s Tibetan Service. Shokjang is said to be held a detention center in Rebgong (in Chinese, Tongren) in the prefecture of Malho (Huangnan), although no other details were available, the source said. “He did write about the massive deployment of Chinese security forces in the Rebgong area, armed with weapons ready to use any time,” he said. Shokjang also wrote an article on March 18th about poor students in Kangtsa (Gangcha) county in Tsochang (Haibei),” he said.