Second North American Exile Tibetan Parliamentary Candidate Debate Held In Virginia
Shosur Sonam Choephel read out incumbent Sikyong Lobsang Sangay and Penpa Tsering, Speaker for the Exile Parliament as the two candidate for 2016.
TED program aims to be an agent of change by assisting in development of self-sustaining businesses to alleviate economic difficulties.
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama left India today for the United States where he is scheduled to undergo prostate treatment at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota followed by a period of rest from the end of January 2016 for approximately one month.
US Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues Sarah Sewall concluded her two-day visit to Dharmsala, the seat of the Tibetan exile central administration.
The two exile Tibetan Parliament members from Europe have launched a website called ‘Future-of-tibet.org’ to petition and disseminate information regarding Tibetan community in the West. The website claims that the aim of the initiative is to, “strengthen the Tibetan communities in Europe and to str
Sikyong Sangay discussed the situation in Tibet at Chiba Institute of Technology on Monday, 11 January as part of his effort to raise awareness on Tibet during his visit to Japan.
The 16th Tibetan Parliament’s North America Chidthue debate took place on Saturday at the Ernst Cultural Center on the Annandale Campus of Northern Virginia Community College.
The 5th International PEN Tibet Congress held its inaugural function this morning in Dharamsala. The chief guests at the function were Tashi Tsering, Director of Amnye Machen Research Center, and Thupten Samphel, Director of the Central Tibetan Administration’s Tibet Policy Institute. Tashi Tseri
Dr. Subash C Kashyab chaired the memorial lecture, where over 200 academicians, politicians, artists, social activists, and supporters of Tibet were in attendance.
The press conference was held at the Tibetan colony of Majnu ka Tilla in Delhi on December 29, 2015.
Tibet's spiritual leader said that scientist have proven that women are more warm hearted, and that kindness and warm-heartedness are going to be the key factors in leading and molding the future world.
"The photographs depict the Dalai Lama's inclusive message of compassion and religious harmony in India," says Thupten Tsewang, the manager of the foundation.
Around 900 people from 16 countries are taking part in the XXXth Mind and Life Conference held in South India.
This week’s 'Table Talk' discusses the significance of the recent climate accord held in Paris and its impact on the environment of Tibet and the world.
The teaching, mostly practiced by the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism was attended by devotees from around the world, including Sakya Trizin, the head of Sakya Sect.
The installation titled, "Burning Against the Dying of the Light" was of short edited video films on the issue of Tibet, particularly on 149 self-immolations that have taken place in Tibet, Nepal, and India.
Mrs. Sarwin Choudhary, former minister and present MLA of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh was the chief guest along with CTA leaders, staff members, heads of Dharamsala organizations including ITFA advisor Mr. Ram Swaroop.
The function was attended by HC Mahadevappa, the PWD Minister of Karnataka state; HP Manjunath, MLA of Hunsur; Hollywood actor Richard Gere along with Sakya Trizin and Gaden Tripa.
Tibetans holding Identity Certificate (IC) issued by the Indian Government as a travel document have recently faced inconveniences traveling abroad as the document was non-machine readable.