Thursday 2014/09/18

Tibet / Exile Tibet

Delhi Arrests Tibetan Youth Activists During Xi Jinping's India Visit

India Tibet China Protest

Protest demonstration was held during the first day of the Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India on September 17, 2014. More

Audio Tibetan Parliament Elects Kargyu Dhondup as Chief Justice Commissioner

Dhondup joined CTA in May 1980 starting as a junior clerk and served till September 3 of this year in different capacities.

Audio Amnye Machen Institute Releases Six Books

Tshewang Tamding was a former Additional Secretary at the government of Sikkim, and has translated some famous English books into Tibetan.

Audio CTA Health Department Organizes Tibetan Healing Yoga Camps

The first camp was held at Samyeling Tibetan Colony in Majnu Tila and TCV Youth Hostel in Rohini, Delhi on September 12, 2014.

Audio Dalai Lama Offers Condolences to Recent Kashmir Flood Victims

More than 400 people in India and Pakistan have been killed in the floods which have engulfed the mountainous region, and tens of thousands are waiting to be rescued.

Audio Lone Tibet Activist Goes on India Speaking Tour

Tenzin Tsundue has undertaken a speaking tour to major Indian towns and cities such as Calcutta, Gawhati, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Vijaywada, Kollegal, Amchi Mumbai, Pune, and Delhi over the last month.

Audio Renovating Historical Sino-Tibetan Religious and Cultural Ties

The growing interest in Tibetan Buddhism in China, prospects for the Dalai Lama’s desire to visit Wutai Mountain, and efforts to promote religious and cultural ties between Tibetans and the Chinese people are discussed.

Audio Tibetan NGO Esukhia Marks Third Anniversary

"Within the cafeteria, individuals must speak only in Tibetan, or will be fined. Those that speak Tibetan will be served free tea," said Ngawang Thinley, Director of the Learning Center.

Audio 'Last Dalai Lama' Report in German Newspaper Misleading

The ultimate decision on whether the institution of the Dalai Lama should continue or cease to exist would be up to the Tibetan people.

Audio TIPA Marks 55th Anniversary by Paying Tribute to Dalai Lama

Head of the Tibetan Administration in Exile, who was present at the ceremony, thanked the institute for its work in preserving and promoting the Tibetan performing tradition.

Audio China Has Divided Tibetans into 56 Ethnic Groups, Says Acharya Lobsang

The number of Tibetans and Han nationals holding positions of powerful seats in Tibetan areas, with the details of their backgrounds was highlighted during the talk.

Audio Kunleng Discusses Exile Tibetan Democracy

Exile Tibetans everywhere observed and celebrated the birth of Tibetan Democracy Day in Exile, on September 2, 2014

Audio Launch Of First Tibetan Newspaper In the US

Tashi Phuntsok, the publisher, tells VOA Kunleng that he started this initiative as an expression of his gratitude towards the Dalai Lama for the compassion and guidance he has bestowed upon the Tibetan people.

Audio South Africa Again Refuses Visa for Dalai Lama

Spiritual leader of the disputed Tibet region, who lives in exile in India, had planned to attend a summit of Nobel laureates

Audio Launch of New Tibetan Dictionary And Books Software

'It is meant for the youth of this digital age," said Acharya Karma Monlam, Head of Publication Department during the launch event yesterday, held at the LTWA conference hall in Dharamsala, northern India.

Audio New York Resident Publishes First Tibetan Language Weekly Newspaper

Tashi Tsering publishes 2,000 copies, which costs $500 to $700 out of his pocket, with the help of two volunteers.

Audio Tibet's Only Political Party Turns 20

The National Democratic Party of Tibet was established as a political party by the Tibetan Youth Congress on September 2, 1994 and currently has 35 regional chapters with 5000 members.

Audio State of Tibetan Democracy in Exile: Challenges and Prospects

Since the establishment of democracy 54 years ago, Tibetans in exile were able to achieve numerous democratic milestones.

Audio Delhi Tibetans Celebrate Tibetan Democracy Day

Chief guest of the function, Kalon Dolma Gyari cautioned the danger of Tibetan unity being destroyed by certain people in the name of religious freedom.

Audio Dharamsala Tibetans Mark 54th Democracy Day

The official function was presided over by Shri Ravi Thakur, the MLA of Himachal Pradesh and Sikyong Lobsang Sangay, head of the Central Tibetan Administration.

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༸གོང་ས་མཆོག་གི་མཛད་འཆར། ཁ་ཆེ་དྲག་འཐབ་པར་རྒྱལ་སྤྱིའི་གདོང་ལེན། སི་ཁོ་ཊི་ལེན་ཌིའི་རང་བཙན་ལ་མང་མོས་འོས་བསྡུ། རྒྱ་དཀར་ནག་དང་བོད་ཀྱི་འབྲེལ་བ། བཙན་བྱོལ་གྱི་རྩོམ་པ་པོ་ཚེ་དབང་རྟ་མགྲིན་གྱི་དེབ་དབུ་འབྱེད།