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Australian state education board to discontinue ‘Confucius classroom program’
Case No. 20 wraps up hearing, verdict awaited
Expelled nuns subjected to psychological and sexual abuse in Chinese detention centers: Tibetan researcher
His Holiness reassures Tibetans of his "excellent health"
Tibetans in Dharamshala march in solidarity with Hong Kong
CTA will lobby for a revised, updated Tibet Policy Act : President Sangay
OHHDL Secretary says Chinese people's support inevitable to resolve Tibet issue
Panellist at "Second 5-50 Youth Forum" suggests CTA pay more attention to art and culture in Tibet
Integrate but don’t assimilate: CTA President at the inaugural ceremony of the Second 5-50 Youth Forum
Standoff between protestors and police in Hong Kong continues into 11th week
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Brawl among Tibetan youths in Belgium leaves 4 injured, Police begin probe
Case No. 20 reviews procedure of Representative’s dismissal
Case no. 20 reviews if the plaintiff tried to dissuade the female Kalon nominee
Nepal government bans celebration of Dalai Lama’s 84th birthday
Case No. 20 sees its first witness on the $1.5 million "loan" issue
Tibetans in Dharamshala march in solidarity with Hong Kong
Tibetan man deported to US by Nepali authorities in a bid to honor “One China policy”
Tibetan associations in Belgium appeal not to mix “unfortunate” incident with regionalism
“The Dalai Lama — Scientist” set for World Premiere at 76th Venice International Film Festival
Second mock drill conducted, Dalai Lama healthy and well
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Opinions
11 July 2019
“THE SWEET REQUIEM” Conveys the Universality of the Tibetan Experience
Films that portray the human cost of refugees fleeing genocidal dictatorships seldom hit the right notes, but when they do, the results are stunning. Such is the case with “The Sweet Requiem” a film by Tenzing Sonam and Ritu Sarin, a husband and wife team wh
23 June 2019
Bells of Shangri-la : A review by Thubten Samphel
The 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries were the age of exploration and discovery. It was a time when the West ‘discovered’ the unknown world. ‘Dark Africa’ was mapped. So were the two p
17 June 2019
How free speech got trampled upon in Sonam Ling settlement
How Ladakh CRO, the man in power manipulate the very situation is beyond every sensitive and sensible man’s imaginations. The writer was called for a clarification for his recent article (བོད
27 February 2019
The Dalai Lama on Why Leaders Should Be Mindful, Selfless, and Compassionate
Over the past nearly 60 years, I have engaged with many leaders of governments, companies, and other organizations, and I have observed how our societies have developed
26 February 2019
Madro: Review of Tendor's Music album by Jamyang Phuntsok
Along with the novel, the film, and test cricket, the music album ranks high on my list of most satisfying human inventions. (War, tax return and polite conversations at parties are
26 December 2018
Here on Earth - Review of Tenzin Choegyal's limited edition EP
We are perhaps as good – or as bad – as the sum total of our accumulated experience. For the exiles, because of the need to observe the smallest of things in order to survive a
07 December 2018
Democracy sans political parties and way forward
It has been 59 years since Tibetans led by His Holiness the Dalai Lama came into exile following the Chinese occupation of Tibet. In the beginning, a Tibetan government-in-exile was established in India and gradually, by reforming the old governing system
04 April 2018
Refugees: A poem by a Gaddi
Many say I am enlightened but inside me is a darkness. When I think about my homeland I wake up f
12 March 2018
The Formulation, Backlash and the Continuing Commotion of Tibetan Women’s Day
As much as empowerment of Tibetan women is the need of the hour, Tibetan women are definitely not willing to trade it for anything that risks erasing the historical contribution of ordinary Tib
14 February 2018
Tourism in Tibet: China's Money Making Machine
The ten volumes of fictional book, The Tibet Code is authored by a Chinese from Sichuan Province, He Ma who earns royalty of 2.6 million Yuan (US$ 0.41million) was ranked in the Chinese writer's rich list in 2008, 2011 and 2012. He later signed to the Dream Works Animation, th
19 October 2017
Open Letter from Shenpenn Khymsar
I speak to my fellow Tibetans today, having felt compelled to address our people directly, and bring attention to our disturbing political status. I have grave concerns for Tibetans and for the fut
13 October 2017
TIBETAN NARRATIVE ON TAWANG – A HISTORICAL APPROACH
Tawang is one of the most important districts of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It also has a geostrategic significance to India. China claims it as south Tibet. Hence, this dispute of territorial demarcation has sparked off geopolitical ramifications for India and China. In Indi
12 July 2017
Importance of Secular Ethics in Educational Curriculum
"Teachers are the builders of nations" is an old universal adage, and the saying is as relevant today as it has been in the past. The young students that we have in the schools and colleges to
30 June 2017
My observations as an intern at the European Parliament
The humanity is, at present, undergoing a highly significant transformational event, a “B/Space Compression,” a globalization, that has begun to integrate and unite the people of the world lik
19 June 2017
A First in a Refugee Settlement
I think my interest in reading was born out of my curious nature and my interest to acquire new information and knowledge. I vividly remember a monthly magazine called Wisdom which had articles on di
27 May 2017
President Trump, meet the Dalai Lama
On his first foreign trip, President Trump has met with King Salman in Saudi Arabia, the home of Mecca and Medina, the holiest shrines of Islam. He met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel and vis
25 April 2017
“I Too Can Speak About Education”: By Alak Dorshi
Recently I have seen a lot of writings on the internet, like “30 Letters to the Party Secretary of Qinghai Hainan Prefecture”, and “Rebuttal from my Sick Bed”. Nationality experts and professors, students and officials, and many ordinary people are writing letters out of concern for minority
12 April 2017
On Atsok’s Poem and Chinese Propaganda
Recently in the exile Tibetan society, a poem written and posted on Facebook by prominent Tibetan independence activist Atsok Lukar Jam became the subject of heated debates and discussions. The poe
06 April 2017
India should take a bolder line with Beijing on Tibet
While it has become fashionable to pair China and India, as if they were joined at the hip, it is often forgotten that the two have little in
18 March 2017
China's Urbancide in Tibet
The State Council of China unveiled the National New Type Urbanization Plan (NUP) in 2014 to increase the percentage of urban residents in the total population of China from 52.6 percent in 2012 to 60 percent by 2020. The ratio of citizens with urban hukou (resident permit) will increase 35.3 percent
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 Latest News Discussions
LODI GYARI - A LEGENDARY DIPLOMAT - OBITUARY (17:11, 17 Nov 2018)
Govt. of India’s post of advisor for Tibet likely to remain vacant until Xi's 2019 visit (13:11, 16 Nov 2018)
Twitter CEO meets Dalai Lama, calls him “an amazing teacher” (00:11, 15 Nov 2018)
UN says it must respect the “sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity” of China (20:11, 13 Nov 2018)
Nepal applauds China at UPR for its work in Tibet (20:11, 13 Nov 2018)
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Leh Ladakh welcomes UT status amid apprehension (0)
Dalai Lama congratulates the new British Prime Minister (0)
China's latest white paper betrays more repression in offing, writes CTA Information Sec. (0)
Kiwi - Tibetan teen withdrawn to play football in China after visa delay (0)
“Fake Panchen” elected leader of Buddhist Association in Tibet (0)
 Latest Photo News
Nearly 3000 Students from eight countries listened to teachings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Three day annual teachings for youth began today. June 3, 2019. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
His Holiness the Dalai Lama is being escorted to the teaching site at Tsuglakhang temple, May 13, 2019. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
More than a thousand Tibetans, Uyghurs and supporters protest in Paris to denounce China's repression in Tibet. Xi Jinping will be on an official visit to France from Monday. Under a canopy of flags with snow lions, protesters marched from the Trocadero Human Rights Square to the Peace Wall at the other end of the Champ de Mars. 25 March 2019. Phayul photo/Norbu Wangyal
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 Latest Opinions
“THE SWEET REQUIEM” Conveys the Universality of the Tibetan Experience
Bells of Shangri-la : A review by Thubten Samphel
How free speech got trampled upon in Sonam Ling settlement
The Dalai Lama on Why Leaders Should Be Mindful, Selfless, and Compassionate
Madro: Review of Tendor's Music album by Jamyang Phuntsok
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 Latest Bookreviews
A Way Ahead: Human Approach to a Peaceful World
Green is In…Red is Out
Subcontinental Drift
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 Latest Interviews
Interview with forensic artist Tim Widden (Panchen Lama's image)
Interview with Slovenian musician on working at TIPA
Interview with a female Tibetan Settlement Officer of CTA
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Seven days in Tibet: China's giant footprint looms large on Tibet, Canadians discover
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