Tibetan Youth Congress resort’s indefinite hunger strike
Despite innumerable efforts by the world community and Tibetans, the socio-political situation inside Tibet continues to be poor. The execution of Lobsang Dhondup on 26 January 2003
Semshook : Lathi Charge and Dal-Roti
We were ready to jump, all 48 of us “mostly young Tibetans, some elders too” ready to pounce at the Chinese Embassy in Delhi. We waited with baited breath, lying low, communicating in signals and whispers on mobile phones.
Italian Parliament Resolves to Stop Tulku’s Execution
The Italian parliament recently passed a resolution on Tibet calling for the rescinding of Tenzin Delek Rimpoche’s execution and starting a new fair trial. The resolution 8-00073 was passed unanimously by the Foreign Affairs Commission of the Italian parliament.
Problems with Education in Tibet under Scrutiny at UN
The high level of illiteracy in Tibet came under the spotlight at the UNCHR again today with a special briefing on “Education in China and Tibet” being hosted by the International Fellowship for Reconciliation.
Kyabje Locho Rinpoche to Address DC Tibetan Community
The Capital Area Tibetan Association and the Conservancy for Tibetan Art & Culture are honored to welcome Kyabje Denma Locho Rinpoche to the Washington DC area on April 17, 2004.
The Buddha’s daughter: A young Tibetan-Chinese woman has an unprecedented role to play
I never met the tenth Panchen Lama, who died at his monastery in Tibet in 1989, but I was introduced to his family in Beijing in the mid-nineties, and recently I went to Washington to see his daughter, Yabshi Pan Rinzinwangmo
Auction will help fund monk’s school
A group of Mainers is reaching out to help Tibetan Buddhists preserve their culture and traditions. The Mainers are coming together because of Geshe Lobzang Tsetan, a Buddhist monk who spends about a month in Maine each year teaching classes in Buddhism.