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Rinzin hosts this weekly radio program where he invites politicians, scholars and Tibet experts to discuss engaging topics related to Tibet and Tibetans.

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March 2015

March 24, 2015

Kalsang Ggt's Personal Initiative for Tibet

Coinciding with the Dalai Lama’s upcoming 80th birthday, Vermont based Tibetan Kalsang Ggt has started a campaign in the United States Congress and Vermont State Legislature for Tibet. Kalsang wants the Congress and the White House to acknowledge the Dalai Lama’s contribution for world peace, non-violence, and religious harmony and pressure China to allow the Dalai Lama to return to his native village Taktser, Amdo after 56 years in exile. He initiated the campaign on this year’s Tibetan New year, Losar and over the past few weeks has visited over hundred offices of sitting U.S congressman, congresswomen, and a number of high profile state leaders. Table Talk invites Kalsang Ggt to discuss the reasons behind starting this initiative and the results he expects from this personal initiative.


March 17, 2015

Personal Experiences and Future Plans of Three Monks Pursuing Science in Emory

The Emory-Tibet Science Initiative is an important undertaking promoting the convergence of science and spirituality. An educational program specifically designed to teach modern science to Tibetan monasteries. The goal of the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative is to build a bridge between two complementary systems of knowledge by educating future scientific collaborators who can contribute to new discoveries in the science of mind and body. Since its inception, number of Tibetans monks from some of the major monasteries in India and Nepal were able to study science in Emory University. After two years of intensive science education in Emory, many monks have returned to their respective monasteries to teach other monks. Table Talk invites three monks who are studying science in Emory University through this initiative to discuss their personal experiences from the program, how they developed interest in science, and their future plans. Guests: Jampa Khechok, Sera Jey Monastery, Thupten Tsering of Drepung Loseling and Sonam Choephel of Drepung Loseling to discuss about this initiative.


March 10, 2015

Personal Experiences of Four First Timers for Tibet Lobby

Yeshi Dolma is from Kham Derge and currently based in Chicago while Migmar Tsering from Vermont was born in Toe Dingri, Tibet. Tenzin Tsephel from San Francisco was born in Dharamsala and New York based Tsering Dolkar is from Bylakuppe Tibetan Settlement in South India. Armed with unique personal stories and backgrounds, all of them participated for the first time in this year’s annual Tibet Lobby campaign organized by the International Campaign for Tibet. Yeshi Dolma said to VOA that she presented the plight of Tibet's situation through her own family's struggle and difficulties and Migmar mentioned that he discussed about the current socio-economic situation of his native village in Tibet to better understand the larger issue of Tibet by the U.S. Congress. Table Talk discusses their personal experiences from this year’s lobby campaign and the impact it had on them personally from this trip to D.C.


March 02, 2015

Third Conference on Tibetan Grammar

India based Naglha Literary Association has organized its third three day conference on Tibetan grammar and language in Dharamsala. The conference was attended by many students as well as Tibetan language experts in and around Dharamsala. Some selected students presented their research papers on Tibetan language during the conference followed by discussion with the participants. The aim of the conference is to improve Tibetan language by improving grammar which is the foundation of Tibetan written language. Table Talk invites Dri Kalsang, President of Naglha Literary Association, Ani Kalsang Tsedron, writer and conference participant.

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Rinzin hosts this weekly radio program where he invites politicians, scholars and Tibet experts to discuss engaging topics related to Tibet and Tibetans.

  • Schedule: Saturdays
  • UTC Time: 0000
  • Duration: 25
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