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Tibetan parliament gets Speaker without majority
Men-Tsee-Khang college celebrate 55th anniversary
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16 August 2015
RANGZEN SPRING II
Cassandra was the beautiful daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. She was given the power of prophecy by the god Apollo, but when she refused to sleep with him he punished her with the curse of never being belie
15 August 2015
A Response to the Open Letter to Tsering Kyi
Right at the start of your article, the way you named Sherab Gatsel Lobling as Sorga School reflects what kind of perspective you hold on Tibet. Misnaming as 'Sorga School’ to such an important institution, a centre of ho
HEARING THE FIRST BIRDSONG OF RANGZEN SPRING
World attention has been riveted on the Greek economic turmoil in the last few weeks, but some Tibetans have probably been paying more attention to a comparatively larger but less discussed crisis – the stock market collapse
09 August 2015
China’s Fear Remains Even After Tenzin Delek Rinpoche’s Death
The news opened fresh wounds for Tibetans who called his death a protracted political murder. Tibetans in Tibet braved gunshot wounds to protest against his death. A series of actions continue to take place across the glo
07 August 2015
M.Moynihan's reply to Office of Tibet rejoinder
In response to my op-ed “Tibet and China at the same Washington Lobbyist” published July 10, 2015, Mr. Kaydor Aukatsang, Office of Tibet representative, 06 August 2015
AN OPEN LETTER TO TSERING KYI FROM SANG MOTA (SANGMO)
Author's Note: I would like to state that this letter expresses my personal thoughts as a Tibetan woman in regard to Tsering Kyi’s recent comments on gender issues and is not representative of the views of my employer. Thus, I am writing this letter to Tsering Kyi La in my personal capacity because I have listened to and disagreed with
Rejoinder to an article in the Washington Times by the Office of Tibet, DC, USA
We were dismayed to see The Washington Times providing Maura Moynihan a platform to perpetuate the false allegations that she has been leveling against the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) and the Tibetan lead
30 July 2015
Undefeated in Death: Tenzin Delek Rinpoche
Few people have done more for Tibet than Tenzin Delek Rinpoche. Born in Lithang, an eastern Tibetan region famous for its fine horses and fearless warriors, Tenzin Delek started off as an unknown lama of humble origins. But through extensive social and humanitarian work, he established scores of clinics, schools and orph
07 July 2015
Dalai Lama, Anything But "A Simple Buddhist Monk"
When the United Nations convened a Millennium World Peace Summit of religious leaders at its headquarters in 2000, one major religious figure was conspicuous by his absence. The Dalai Lama, the spiritual and p
Kundun: The Presence of an Absence
We Tibetans have many terms of respect for His Holiness the Dalai Lama; Yeshe Norbu, Gongsachog, Chenrezig, Gyalwa Rinpoche, Kundun... These are the names we use when we speak amongst ourselves and these were also the nam
30 June 2015
Tibet Isn't Free Yet; That Doesn't Mean the Dalai Lama Has Failed
In recent years I've noticed an increasing trend of articles and commentaries examining the Dalai Lama's life and legacy that conclude Tibetans, and he as their leader, have failed in their cause to restore freedom to Ti
29 April 2015
THE SUBLIMINAL CLARITY OF BLURRY CELLPHONE VIDEOS: by J. Norbu
Anne Applebaum, the Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and scholar (Gulag, A History), 23 April 2015
A Factual Account of the Tibetan Government’s Gold and Silver
In a book just published, Mr. Gyalo Thondup says that when my father Dundul Namgyal Tsarong, alias George Tsarong was looking after the Tibetan government’s gold and silver most of the money was lost or stolen. He sa
22 April 2015
CHINA – LOSING WAY IN THE MIDDLE
China has set a definitive tone for this year’s commemorations of the so-called Tibet Autonomous Region’s 50 years by coming out with its most exhaustive and strongest rejection yet of the Middle Way Approac
16 April 2015
The Dalai Lama's China Experience and Its Impact
By now it is an open secret the degree to which respect for the Dalai Lama is growing in China within the leadership and business circles and amongst the ordinary people. The BBC's exclusive report on China's super-rich communist Buddhists
09 April 2015
Remembering a Special Friend on a Special Day: By Theurang
Five years ago this morning, I was arrested, without warning or notice, along with this friend I am reminiscing about. We were taken to prison with black hoods covering our entire heads, our hands restrained in manacles, and we were consigned to small, narrow dungeons. He was consigned to the prison cell a
22 March 2015
Tibet's New Normal
China has entered a new economic phase called "new normal" amid its economic slowdown. For that particular reason, Beijing is injecting a state-sponsored stimulus to overcome the 7.5 percent GDP target set last
Why Tibetans were divided on the March 10th Tibetan Uprising Day?
Following China's invasion of Tibet, China forced Tibetans to sign the seventeen point agreement under duress. When China violated its own forced agreement to implement destructive campaign in Tibet, Tibetan people ultimately came out on the streets of Lhasa on March 10th protesting Chinese invasion calling for
20 March 2015
SEVEN REASONS WHY DALAI LAMA SHOULD NOT VISIT CHINA
Observers of Beijing-Dharamsala relations are these days keenly focused on the chances of Dalai Lama visiting China for a Buddhist pilgrimage to Wutai Shan. The issue might look casual or insignificant to the uninitiated who will see nothing special about a religious leader visiting a pilgrimage site. But knowing
17 March 2015
There is no middle without the ends
There is little doubt that what happened in NY on March 10 2015 was unpleasant to witness and certainly condemnable. But whatever be the immediate cause of that incident and however we try to justify it,
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Ngari Chithun Association declares support for Penpa Tsering (13:01, 29 Jan 2016)
Tyranny of the Tibetan Majority (11:01, 29 Jan 2016)
RTYC New York/New Jersey controversy ends on positive note (10:01, 29 Jan 2016)
TYC Centrex clears the air at New York public meeting (20:01, 16 Jan 2016)
Chatral Rinpoche passes away aged 102 (22:01, 06 Jan 2016)
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Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama leaves McLeod Ganj for Japan, May 6, 2016 Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
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
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Response to Dr. Dhondup Tashi and Dr. Desel's article
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