His recently published writing on the status and position of the exile Tibetan Youth Congress, and views on the Middle Way Approach proposal for resolving the Tibet China conflict are discussed.
The CECC was first established in October 2000 by the United States Congress to monitor human rights and the development of the rule of law inside China.
Former President of Tibetan Children's Village discusses the role of Tibetan concepts on ethics in curricula, and parental engagement in a child’s educational development.
Ashoka Mukpo is recognized as the reincarnation of a Tibetan lama from Karma Monastery, near Chamdo, Tibet, and had previously lived in Liberia for two years, working with a human rights group.
How to maximize security on your computers, online, and smartphones are discussed.
Tibet's spiritual leader expressed appreciation towards fellow Nobel Laureates including Shirin Ebadi and Jody Williams for their support, who despite China's pressure, refused to attend the 14th Nobel Summit after he was denied visa by South Africa.
Boycott of summit caused by South Africa's refusal to give a visa to Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama
The solidarity campaign organized by the Tibetan Youth Congress aims to let Hong Kongers know that they have the support of Tibetan people.
“We stand behind the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan people in telling the world that they are not alone,” said Jody Williams, a Nobel Laureate from the United States.
"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.
The speaker answered viewer questions related to the session of the exile Tibetan administration that concluded on Wednesday, September 24.
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.
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.
The teaching is attended by over 6000 people from 62 countries including 800 followers from South East Asia.
"If we think from wider perspective, we can say, the future of individual depend on well being of 7 billion human beings," said the Dalai Lama.
Lhamo Tashi, who burnt himself to death outside a police station at Tseo, Amdo on September 17 becomes the 132nd Tibetan to self immolate inside Tibet since 2009.
Mr. Kiran Rijuji, Union Minister of State, Home Affairs, who was the Chief Guest at the meeting promised to extend his hand in implementing the Delhi declaration of the religious meeting.
The meeting of Indian religious leaders in Delhi organized by the Dalai Lama to promote inter-religious harmony was participated by 103 delegates from 23 Indian states.
Representatives of Shankaracharyas, and several other Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Jew, and Parsi leaders are expected to attend the event.