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Chinese authorities cremated the body of Delek Rinpoche in a prison Thursday against the wishes of his family, who had wanted to perform Buddhist funeral rites on the body in his hometown.
Congressman James McGovern said Congress should send a bipartisan delegation to Tibet before Chinese president Xi’s visit to the US in September
Music, dance mark vibrant cultural display in honor of Tibetan spiritual leader's birthday in Dharamsala, India
The resolution called on the US government to establish an office in Lhasa, Tibet to monitor political, economic and cultural developments
In the best traditions of sports diplomacy, players came together at a women’s seven-aside soccer tournament in Berlin, Germany this past weekend
The bureau of the Dalai Lama and Tibetan community in Delhi, in collaboration with the India International Center organized a panel discussion on Tibet's revered leader's contributions to humanity.
Five thousand Tibetans residing in Dharamsala joined the official function of the Central Tibetan Administration to honor the birthday of their beloved leader.
Bharat Tibbat Sahayog Manch organized a function at the Chinmaya Mission Center, New Delhi on July 5, 2015.
The exhibition recalling the most important phases of the Dalai Lama's life dedicated to the promotion of non-violence, inter-religious harmony, and message of dialogue were displaced at India International Center.
The public event is jointly hosted by the George W. Bush Presidential Center and SMU in conjunction with the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth.
It was the first time since the Chinese takeover in 1959, that the elaborate tradition of the so-called “Long Life Ceremony” (Tenshung) was televised for millions to see inside and outside Tibet.
Three hundreds representatives of the Gelugpa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism from 97 Gelug monasteries and nunneries gathered in Dharamsala, Northern India for their first international conference.
Lobsang Sangay, head of the Tibetan administration in exile, launched the videos during a press conference held at the Lhakpa Tsering Hall of Upper TCV School in Dharamsala.
China's foreign ministry condemned Wednesday's protest in Switzerland calling it, 'provocative'.
Gyalyum Chenmo Memorial is an annual soccer tournament, also considered the biggest sporting event within the diaspora Tibetan community with participants from over 28 teams.
The gatherings provide an opportunity for Tibetans of mixed heritage to meet, share experiences, and engage in conversation about their identity and culture.
The new report was compiled by Gabriel Lafitte, an Australian environmentalist, and published jointly by TCHRD and League for Pastoral Peoples, a German non-profit organization.