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US Congress funds $ 3 Million for Tibetan exiles in India, Nepal
Tibetan exiles pray for latest self immolator
Tibetan college students complete course in Tibetan language, Buddhist studies
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Exile Tibetan Parliamentarians call upon Indian lawmakers, revive All Party Indian Parliamentary Forum for Tibet
Tibetan youth beaten to death in Golog
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Sad not meeting the Pope: Dalai Lama
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Pro - shugden protesters have right to protest, Dalai Lama says
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Denma Lochoe Rinpoche passes away
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16 December 2014
One of the Seven Billion Human Beings
Following is an essay by Jamyang Tashi who was awarded $1,000 prize for his winning essay "One of Seven Billion Human Beings." Representative Kaydor Aukatsang congratulated and awarded the check to him dur
15 December 2014
Fostering An Entrepreneurship Environment in Exile
This essay is primarily an extension of the set of recommendations that I made in the report of my recent survey research titled, ‘Survey Research on Tibetan Entrepreneurs in India’, which I conducted in association
09 December 2014
Brand Tibet: China’s and Tibetan Exiles’ Contrasting Narratives on Tibet
No struggle in the world is as unequal as the one between Tibet and China. Beijing’s position in Tibet is unassailable, reinforced by a network of all-weather roads, airports and an expanding railway line that are integrating the w
08 December 2014
The Jailor Jailed: Zhou Yonkang Behind Bars
In a widely anticipated move, Zhou Yongkang, China’s most powerful domestic security chief who on his watch commanded a budget bigger than that of China’s armed forces, was late this week expelled fro
15 November 2014
Frying up a revolution
We were having dinner at the very cosy Little Tibet Restaurant at Jackson Heights last month. Someone insisted I try a Shabhalay from a plate he had ordered. It’s not my favorite food. The shabhalays
12 November 2014
Sizing up Xi's 'Friendly Overture'- Part-1
When the Chinese President Xi Jinping returned to Beijing from India this September, he addressed China's top military officials at the People's Liberation Army (PLA) headquarters and demanded "absolute loyalty and firm faith in the Communist Party of China". This statement unleashed a floodgate of speculations. Questions we
10 October 2014
Thoughts on Kasur Lodi Gyari’s article about TYC
We hope that our editorial will further the conversation that Gyari Rinpoche’s article initiated and encourage Tibetans and Tibet supporters to join the debate in a civil and constructive manner. With this motivation in mind, we also did not want to repeat points made elsewhere. Migmar Dolma and Tenzin Kel
06 October 2014
Response to Lodi Gyari's article on TYC status
We have read the article by Kasur Lodi Gyari with great interest. Since his article is an appeal to the younger generation, we, as two young Tibetans, not only feel encouraged but see it as our duty to actively take part in
Status and position of the Tibetan Youth Congress in 1968: Lodi Gyari
Last year in 2013, the Regional Tibetan Youth Congress of New York and New Jersey invited me to speak on the founding day of the Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) which I could not attend. Later in 2014 on the 16th March th
22 September 2014
Why the Scottish Referendum was great for Tibet
Many Tibetans eagerly followed the Scottish independence referendum. Now the results are in and 55% of voters chose to stay with the U.K. We believe that this entire referendum process is a positive developme
19 September 2014
A few more thoughts on the importance of protesting Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit
Resistance is not the cause of repression. Our protests are not the cause of China’s crackdown in Tibet. As long as there is oppression in Tibet, there will be resistance. And as long as there is resista
05 September 2014
The Great Middleway Referendum Swindle - by Jamyang Norbu
This is probably the last article I am going to write on the subject of the Middle Way Approach (MWA). I have posted about a dozen pieces on various aspects of this policy: from its crafty (but dish
10 July 2014
Who’s the Boss?: China’s White Paper on Hong Kong
On June 10, 2014, China released a White Paper on Hong Kong’s regional autonomy known as “one country, two systems.” Much of the White Paper was filled with economic statistics of the region and self-con
28 June 2014
THE DIALECTICS OF BEING SHEEP – by Jamyang Norbu
Eli Wallach, the Hollywood character actor, died this Tuesday at the age of 98. As a boy in Darjeeling I had seen him in a number of classic Westerns: How the West was Won, Mackenna’s Gold, The Good the Bad and the Ugly and my favorite The Magnificent Seven. He invariably played the bad gu
24 June 2014
THE SOUND OF ONE HAND GRASPING – Jamyang Norbu
The commemoration in the U.S., earlier this month, of the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre was strangely subdued, especially within the Chinese student community in this country. It was very diffe
23 June 2014
Misinformation About the Middle Way Approach
Being part of the recently launched international awareness campaign on Middle Way Approach which aims to counter the Chinese government’s misinformation campaign, I am elated to see the response it is generating
10 June 2014
A "Partial-Middle Way" Campaign is Launched in Dharamsala
This is not the first time the CTA has launched such a campaign, but it is different in form and content. With form, it uses modern multimedia technology. With content, this is the first campaign to promote the current administration’s re-interp
07 June 2014
Narendra Modi and the Tibetan hopes
The widespread Indian euphoria and the global interest in the stunning victory of Mr. Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India is followed not only with the routine greetings from the world leaders but also historic conglom
31 May 2014
The Artist Versus The Dictator
Mao Zedong once remarked, in a moment of poetic epiphany, that a dance troupe of a dozen artists is more powerful than a battalion of a thousand troops. The latter can only change people's behavior; the former can change pe
23 May 2014
Historical texts reveal Tibetan solution
This year is the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Simla Agreement at the conclusion of a tripartite convention held in Simla between Tibet, British India and China in 1914. Today, May 23, marks the completion of 63 yea
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 Latest News Discussions
Thoughts on Kasur Lodi Gyari’s article about TYC (11:10, 16 Oct 2014)
Response to Lodi Gyari's article on TYC status (20:10, 07 Oct 2014)
Tutu, Cape Town mayor hit out at Zuma as Nobel summit exits SA (19:10, 07 Oct 2014)
Tibetan exiles and supporters come out for Hong Kong (20:10, 03 Oct 2014)
3 killed, 1 injured as man mows down 4 Tibetan girls after a quarrel (17:09, 30 Sep 2014)
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Denma Lochoe Rinpoche passes away (0)
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PM Sangay concludes Europe tour (0)
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View from the audience during the first day of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's three day teaching at the request of a group from Russia in New Delhi, India, December 17, 2014. OHHDL Photo: Tenzin Choejor
A Tibetan man carrying a placard at a protest in the backdrop of G20 Summit in Brisbane, Australia. The campaign is carried out jointly by the Australian Tibet Council and Students for a Free Tibet. 15/11/14 Photo:SFT
A gigantic banner released by Tibet activists near the iconic Story Bridge in presence of mediapersons in Brisbane, Australia, where 20 world leaders will meet for G20 summit.  Nov. 14, 2014
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 Latest Opinions
One of the Seven Billion Human Beings
Fostering An Entrepreneurship Environment in Exile
Brand Tibet: China’s and Tibetan Exiles’ Contrasting Narratives on Tibet
The Jailor Jailed: Zhou Yonkang Behind Bars
Frying up a revolution
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A Way Ahead: Human Approach to a Peaceful World
Green is In…Red is Out
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