When Tibet’s exiled leader, the Dalai Lama, arrives in Copenhagen in June for a five-day visit, he will meet with PM Anders Fogh Rasmussen and Foreign Minister Per Stig Møller.
Rare and sacred treasures of Tibetan, never before seen in the Western World, will begin a national tour at the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art in October 2003.
A three days workshop on Waste Management and Recycling began today in Mcloed Gunj. The workshop was conducted jointly by the Department of Home (CTA) and Tibetan Welfare Office Dharamsala.
Tenzin Bhuchung has not seen his family since 1981, the year he escaped his native country of Tibet. After his parents ensured his safety with an aunt and uncle in Mysore, India, they returned to the Chinese-occupied territory of Tibet to care for four other children and the family farm.
For centuries, Tibet has occupied a unique place in the Western imagination: romantic, mysterious, a remote mountain kingdom of incarnate lamas and nomadic herdsmen, of gold-roofed monasteries and hidden valleys.