Tuesday 2014/09/30

Inside Tibet

Audio Drunk Chinese Soldiers Beat Tibetan Youths

Two of the four young men beaten are currently said to be in critical condition.
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Audio Tibetan Self-Immolator Described as Dedicated to Preserving His Culture

Lhamo Tashi set himself on fire last Wednesday while shouting slogans against Chinese rule in Tibet in front of a police station
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Audio Tibetan Student Self-Immolates in Tsoe

A 22 year old student named Lhamo Tashi set fire to himself outside a security office in Tsoe city at midnight on September 17. Tashi's family who live in Drukdo village, Amchok township, were informed of their son's self-immolation by the security police who told them that he had died.
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Audio Celebrations Held in Lhasa to Mark 100th Birth Anniversary of Tibetan Artist Amdo Jampa

Born in Chentsa, Qinghai Province in the year 1914, he was best-known for taking photo-realistic style, and executing the famous portraits of the Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama.
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Exile Tibet

Audio Tibetans Extend Warm Welcome to Indian PM Modi in New York

"We are hopeful that PM Modi would take on the Tibet issue and help resolve our problems,” said Sonam, President of the Tibetan Association of New York and New Jersey.
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Audio Speaker Penpa Tsering And The Just Concluded Exile Tibetan Parliament Session

The speaker answered viewer questions related to the session of the exile Tibetan administration that concluded on Wednesday, September 24.
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Audio 15th Tibetan Parliament In Exile Concludes its Eighth Session

The just concluded session unanimously passed resolutions of solidarity and mourning for the Tibetan self-immolators, and a separate resolution for Lhamo Tashi, the latest Tibetan to self-immolate in protest against China.
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Audio Dalai Lama Concludes Teaching for South East Asians

He advised his followers from over 60 countries to refrain from harming others if one cannot help them, which he said was not religion, but based on practicality.
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Dechen Shak-Dagsay: Devotional Singeri
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30.09.2014
Buddhist devotional singer Dechen Shak-Dagsay has produced seven albums over the years with some of them going gold and platinum in Switzerland where she is based. Outside of her musical career, Shak-Dagsay has been involved with projects on healthcare, education and cultural preservation inside Tibet and in exile Tibetan communities. Learn more about her devotional music and inspirational work at www.dechen-shak.com
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Video Dechen Shak-Dagsay: Devotional Singer

Buddhist devotional singer Dechen Shak-Dagsay has produced seven albums over the years with some of them going gold and platinum in Switzerland where she is based. Outside of her musical career, Shak-Dagsay has been involved with projects on healthcare, education and cultural preservation inside Tibet and in exile Tibetan communities. Learn more about her devotional music and inspirational work at www.dechen-shak.com
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Video Headline News Sep 29, 2014

ཧོང་ཀོང་གི་ངོ་རྒོལ་ལ་ཡ་ལན། བོད་རིགས་སློབ་མ་གསུམ་བསད་པ། ཉི་ཧོང་དང་བྱང་ཀོ་རི་ཡའི་གྲོས་མོལ། ཨ་རིའི་ཨི་བྷོ་ལཱ་ནད་པ་གསར་པ། རྒྱ་གར་སྲིད་བློན་གྱི་གཟིགས་སྐོར།
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Video Speaker Penpa Tsering And The Just Concluded Exile Tibetan Parliament Session།

VOA Invites Speaker Penpa Tsering of the exile Tibetan Parliament to discuss and answer viewer questions related to the just concluded 15th Parliamentary session of the exile Tibetan administration
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Video Kunleng News Sep 26, 2014

ཨོ་བྷ་མས་རྒྱལ་ཚོགས་ལ་འབོད་སྐུལ། འཇིགས་སྐུལ་པར་གཏོར་རྒོལ། སྤྱོད་འཇུག་གསུང་ཆོས་ལེགས་གྲུབ། ལྷོ་ཤར་ཨེ་ཤི་ཡའི་ཆོས་ཞུ་བ། ཚོགས་ཆེན་ནས་ཕྱིར་འཐེན། ར་བཟི་ཉེན་རྟོག་པས་མི་ལ་རུབ་རྡུང། རྡ་སར་མཆོད་འབུལ་སྨོན་ལམ། རྒྱ་གར་གྱི་བར་སྣང་འཕྲུལ་སྐར། ཨ་རི་དང་ཨབ་གྷ་ཎི་སི་ཐན།
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Video Headline News Sep 25, 2014

དམག་མིས་བོད་མིར་རུབ་རྡུང་། མཆོད་འབུལ་དང་དབང་གི་གསལ་བསྒྲགས། ཨེ་རན་གྱིས་ཨ་རིར་སྐྱོན་བརྗོད། ཨ་རིས་རྒོལ་རྡུང་གིས་མི་སེར་ལ་གནོད་སྐྱོན། ཨ་རི་དང་ཨ་ཧྥི་གྷན་གྱི་གྲོས་ཆོད། རྒྱ་ནག་གིས་བདེན་དཔང་རྫུན་སྒྲིག་བྱེད་པ། བྱང་ཀོ་རིར་ཡོད་པའི་ཨ་རིའི་བཙོན་པ།

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Speaker Penpa Tsering And The Just Concluded Exile Tibetan Parliament Session།i
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26.09.2014
VOA Invites Speaker Penpa Tsering of the exile Tibetan Parliament to discuss and answer viewer questions related to the just concluded 15th Parliamentary session of the exile Tibetan administration
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Video Speaker Penpa Tsering And The Just Concluded Exile Tibetan Parliament Session།

VOA Invites Speaker Penpa Tsering of the exile Tibetan Parliament to discuss and answer viewer questions related to the just concluded 15th Parliamentary session of the exile Tibetan administration
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Video Tsering Gyurmey: Singer, Songwriter, Hit Maker

Kunleng speaks with popular singer Tsering Gyurmey who is currently on a US Canada tour, about his music, the role of artists in preserving and growing Tibetan culture, and in connecting Tibetan communities inside and outside Tibet.
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Video Scotland And The Other ‘Scotlands’ Of The World

Kunleng discusses Scotland’s democratic referendum on independence and it’s resulting ‘No’ vote, and its implications for a world that that is increasingly turning to democracy as a governance system, and which includes many nations that have their own ‘Scotlands’.
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CYBER TIBET

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Cyber Tibet Sep 19, 2014i
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19.09.2014
Cyber Tibet looks at humansofnewyork.com, a blog and Facebook page that has 10,000, 000 followers that posted from Dharamsala, India, Tibetan netizen protests against shifting of teaching medium for science from Tibetan to to Chinese, introduces a new blog by Yangchen tyangche.blogspot.com , Speaks with the editor of first Tibetan website promoting democracy democracyoftibet.com/, and plays a music video by disappeared singer Kalsang Yarphel.

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