Kunleng interviews Sikyong Lobsang Sangay on his activities in Washington, DC last week, the situation inside Tibet, Sino-Tibet dialogue, international support for Tibet, state of the CTA and Tibetan Refugees in India and Nepal.
CTA's department of religion and culture convened a four-day conference with representatives from the four major Buddhist schools and Bon tradition to discuss ways to improve monastic education
Kunleng discusses the Dalai Lama’s public talks, teachings, and conferences taking place during his ongoing visit to the United States.
Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Tuesday decried Buddhist monks' attacks on Muslims
CTA's minister of finance at the 7th annual general meeting of Tibetan Chamber of Commerce urged Tibetans to focus on business ethics and explore entrepreneurship
Kunleng discusses the Central School for Tibetans Dalhousie’s 50th Anniversary, and its inordinate impact on exile Tibetan society.
Tibetan exiles observed the 24th birthday of the 11th Panchen Lama, the highest ranking Tibetan Buddhist leader after the Dalai Lama, whose whereabouts remain unknown after Chinese authorities took him into custody 18 years ago
Kunleng discusses the changes and developments in the Tibetan diaspora community in Switzerland, the oldest large scale settlement of Tibetans in the West.
Kunleng discusses the just concluded visit of the Dalai Lama to South Tyrol, an autonomous region in Italy, and Switzerland, which included meetings with leaders and Parliamentarians in both places.
Kunleng discusses the Dalai Lama’s compromise policy of seeking genuine autonomy for all Tibetan regions to resolve the Tibetan issue and restore stability in the region.
The Dalai Lama today left Dharamsala for a ten-day Europe tour to give a series of public talks and teachings
A Tibetan woman has set herself ablaze in Kyegudo in Amdo province to protest demolition of her house
US Senators have circulated a sign-on letter to Secretary of State John Kerry urging him to raise Tibet during his first visit to China next week
China is putting pressure on Nepal to interrupt the flow of Tibetan refugees into the Himalayan nation, former United States President Jimmy Carter said on Monday
Hundreds of Tibetans gathered to pray for Kunchok Tenzin who self-immolated last week and victims of Tibet landslide
Kunleng discusses the lobbying action in the European, British, Canadian, and Australian Parliaments by Tibetans and Tibet supporters led by Tibetan Associations and Tibet support groups.
The Tibetan Parliament in Dharamsala today concluded its 5th session passed CTA's budget for the fiscal year 2013-2014