Shoppers on Princes Street yesterday were asked to remember Tibet when China hosts the Olympics in 2008. As the memory of the winter Olympics fades, students from the Edinburgh University Tibet Society (EUTS) dressed up as Tibetan prisoners,
During a talk at the Constitution Club in New Delhi this February, His Holiness the Dalai Lama stressed the importance of a systemic study of the Buddhist philosophy. His Holiness believes that merely having a faith in the religion may not be adequate and emphasized the need for an actual
Today on the 10th of March, Tibetans all over the world, once again commemorate for the 47th year, our national uprising day, the day we re-asserted our Independence, the day we demanded China to quit Tibet and the day we launched an
Dear Fellow Tibetans and Friends in the US and Canada, I join you in solidarity in our commemorations of the 47th Anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising Day.
The National Geographic’s Emerging Explorers Program has selected a Dr. Lobsang Rabgay as one of its 8 explorers of 2006. Dr. Lobsang Rabgay is a Tibetan woman living in Virginia, Washington. Dr. Rabgay is an
The March 10 Peace Walk for Tibet’s Independence, co-organized by the Indiana University chapter of Students for a Free Tibet (I.U.S.F.T.)and the International Tibet Independence Movement(I.T.I.M.) drew a group of marchers
The Governor of the State of Wisconsin, Jim Doyle, issued a proclamation yesterday, recognizing March 10 as Tibet day and said “it is fitting that we recognize Wisconsin’s Tibetan community and their plea for justice
Today MPs and peers, including Harry Cohen and Barbara Keeley, laid a wreath at the memorial for Victims of Torture, Westminster Abbey in memory of the 100,000s of Tibetans who have lost their lives
Early morning around 7.30am all the members of Regional Tibetan Youth Congress are ready to go for peaceful rally by wearing white T-shirt having anti-China Slogans as everyone was asked to wear white shirt
Wisconsin State Assembly and State Senate took up Assembly Joint Resolution 86 (AJR 86), which honors the memory of more then one million Tibetans who have died in their struggle for the Independence of Tibet.