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Middle way should not be the only voice: Chinese activist to Tibetans
Young Kirti monk released after two years in prison
Sakya Dagchen Rinpoche breathes his last
China says CTA “illegal”, “unpopular” in Tibet
US bipartisan report shows suppressed religious freedom in Tibet
Activist group demands Shokjang's release on world press freedom day
Dalai Lama graces symposium with youth peace leaders from war torn nations
Two monks released after ten days' detention in Palyul
Stitching a dream: An interview with a Tibetan designer on work, passion and life.
Solo protester arrested in Tibet's Ngaba
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05 May 2016
Middle way should not be the only voice: Chinese activist to Tibetans
Chinese human rights activist and lawyer, Dr. Teng Biao, today said that Middle Way Approach, despite being a great idea, should not be the only voice of Tibetan struggle. Biao was speaking to an exclusive aud
Young Kirti monk released after two years in prison
Lobsang, a monk of Ngaba Kirti Monastery, walked along the main street of Ngaba leading towards the County Admini
Sakya Dagchen Rinpoche breathes his last
His Eminence Sakya Dagchen Rinpoche Ngawang Kunga Sonam, head of Sakya Phuntsok Phodrang, passed away at the age of 88 on April 29 after prolonged illness in Seattle, United States, and has since entered into m
China says CTA “illegal”, “unpopular” in Tibet
A Chinese government spokesperson in Beijing has said that the Tibetan exile government, known officially as Central Tibetan Administration is “unpopular” among Tibetans in Tibet and that the establishmen
04 May 2016
US bipartisan report shows suppressed religious freedom in Tibet
The Washington-based bipartisan US federal government commission on freedom of religion in their 2016 annual report stated that religious freedom has ‘been under serious and sustained assault
Activist group demands Shokjang's release on world press freedom day
The Activist group Students for a Free Tibet staged a street theatre in protest of the incarceration of Tibetan writer Drukar Gyal, known more prolifically by his pen name Shokjang, on the World Press Freedom Day
03 May 2016
Dalai Lama graces symposium with youth peace leaders from war torn nations
The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama today stressed the importance of developing sense of oneness and internal disarmament during an interaction and exchange with 28 youth peace leaders f
Two monks released after ten days' detention in Palyul
Two Tibetan monks from Palyul County in Sichuan Province have been released by Chinese authorities after ten days in detention on April 29. The local Chinese police detained the two monks who intervened and
Stitching a dream: An interview with a Tibetan designer on work, passion and life.
It is grossly inaccurate to say Tennor is a just another typical entrepreneur from the neighborhood. The work which he calls his passion is not anybody’s cup of tea; requiring many overlapping roles of a passion-driven a
02 May 2016
Solo protester arrested in Tibet's Ngaba
A Tibetan monk has been arrested earlier today in Ngaba County, Sichuan Province in Eastern Tibet. According to reports, the monk named Thubten staged a protest on the main street of the Ngaba town, named locall
Tibet Watch publishes report on role of monasteries in Tibetan resistance
A London-based Tibetan human rights monitoring agency has published a report “Tibet’s ‘Intolerable’ Monasteries” which gives an insight into the role of the Tibetan monastic community in Tibet’s resistance
First batch of Geshema aspirants sit for final exams
The fourth and final examination for the first ever batch of 20 nuns aspiring for Geshema degree began on Sunday at the Gaden Choeling Nunnery here in McL
30 April 2016
After Uygur leader, Chinese dissidents denied Indian visa to attend democracy event
Following the revoking of visa to Uyghur leader Dolkun Isa hours before he was to travel to Dharamshala, the exile headquarters of the Tibetan government in exile, reports are appearing of Chinese activists based out
Survey shows 75 percent foreign media still denied entry into "TAR"
According to a survey of a professional association of foreign journalists in Beijing, more than three-quarters of the reporters belong ing to foreign media outlets were denied entry into the so-called Tibetan Au
29 April 2016
Dalai Lama hosts interactive discussion on Indian Philosophy and Modern Sciences
The Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama took part in an interactive discussion “interactive Query in the field of Ancient Indian Philosophy and Modern Sciences” along with scientists, academicians and scho
Sikyong launches book by former MP
The Prime Minister (Sikyong) Dr. Lobsang Sangay today launched a two-volume book in Tibetan, The Old and New Century of Tibet, published by the Library of Tibetan Works & Archives (LTWA) in Gan
Tibetan writer, her Chinese husband put under house arrest
The Chinese authorities in Beijing have placed a prominent Tibetan writer and her husband under house arrest to prevent them from meeting Richard C Blum, the president of the American Himalayan Foundatio
28 April 2016
Tibetan immigrant workers in Canada protest against wage discrimination
A group of Tibetan immigrant workers from a major food distribution facility, in the city of Ontario in Canada carried out a protest demanding equal wages as unionized workers. The protesters, mostly Tib
Tilda Swinton cast as ‘Ancient One’ to appeal to Chinese audience
Owing to the fear of losing and offending China and its government, one of their biggest and most lucrative markets after the US, the makers had scrapped the Tibetan origin of the character. The Ancient One played by Swinton
27 April 2016
Meeting of Tibetan, Uyghur delegates to take place behind closed doors, Pressure from China likely cause?
Following what many referred to as a ‘U-turn’ by India in revoking Germany based Uyghur leader Dolkun Isa’s visa, the meeting between representatives of the exile Tibetan community and the visiting Uygur leaders delega
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Lawmakers from the Czech conservative opposition TOP 09 and former foreign minister Karel Schwarzenberg (left) hang Tibetan national flags from the windows of the Chamber of Deputies to oppose Chinese President Xi Jingping's maiden visit to Czech Republic, March 29, 2016 Photo: ČTK Burian Michal
An elderly Tibetan prays before casting her ballot for the Tibetan elections 2016, Tsuglakhang, March 20, 2016. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
Monks participate in the Tsetor rituals of the Tibetan Losar, at the Tsuglakhang temple on the first day of the Tibetan Fire Monkey Year 2143. Theckchen Choeling, Feb. 9, 2016. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
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