Tibetan exiles mark Centenary of 13th Dalai Lama’s exile to India
The Tibetan Government-in-Exile Thursday organised a function commemorating the centenary of the Thirteenth Dalai Lama’s exile to India in February 1910.
Former Chinese spy seeks asylum in Toronto church
A man who spied on Chinese dissidents in the United States has been living in a Toronto church since this past August to avoid deportation,
Delhi police cracks agency involved in trafficking Tibetans to Europe: report
Tibetan based in Moscow, Delhi Police Wednesday claimed to have smashed a module allegedly involved in human trafficking by sending Tibetan refugees to Europe via Russia and Hungary, according to a media report.
What Taiwan can learn from Obama-Dalai Lama meeting
President Ma would do himself no harm by seriously studying the Dalai Lama’s style of leadership and his sense of humor instead of attempting to learn containment and terror from Hu Jintao
Letters: Shackles of authoritarianism
Therefore to say that Tibet belongs to, and is an integral part of, China is very much open to debate. For these two reasons, among many, Tibet is not an internal affair, but very much a matter for international dialectic.
China’s military warns Washington, denies hacking
China’s military warned the United States on Thursday to “speak and act cautiously” to avoid reigniting tensions between the two powers, denying the People’s Liber
Written Interview with Kalon Tripa Prof. S. Rinpoche on “Greater Tibet”
Greetings! I am very happy for having this opportunity to ask on issues which are closely followed by the people inside China. When looking at the Tibet issue, I pay special attention to the term “Greater Tibet”.