One step forward or two steps back? There are diverse and mixed reactions to the recent Joint Declaration of the prime ministers of India and China regarding Tibet. To find out how Tibetans in India view the outcome of Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s visit to China
Four tibetan buddhist monks have flown to UK for the tibet arts festival – an interactive exhibition displaying the rich and unique art of tibet – as part of the UK’s year of cultural diversity 2003 celebrations.
Sandhong Rinpoche is the Prime Minister-in Exile (Kalon-Tripa) of the Tibetan Government. He was born in 1939 in Tibet and recognised at the age of five as a reincarnation of Samdhong Rinpoche and enthroned in Gaden Dechenling monastery.