Vatican, which has had no formal diplomatic ties to Beijing since shortly after Communist Party took power in 1949, has been trying to improve relations with China
Sweeping 80-minute interview covers range of topics, including necessity of Tibet's cultural preservation amid myriad conflicts
A Special Program to mark the 25th anniversary of the Nobel Peace Prize award to His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
The activities for increasing awareness of the deadly disease taking place in Dharamsala and other Tibetan settlements across India are discussed.
On Wednesdays, students at the Tibetan Children's Village School in Dharamsala pray and participate in an important ritual. Instead of their usual uniforms, girls come wearing an ethnic tunic and boys a traditional shirt.
The study, which was published in American Association for the Advancement of Science a week ago, shows that as collision of Indian Plate and the Eurasian Plate lifted the Tibetan Plateau, sediments from the tectonic activities filled up the ancient canyon.
The possible challenges faced in practicing and preserving Tibetan culture and identity in Nepal after the political changes in recent years are discussed.
Kham TV shows the authorities travel in rural villages in Ganze Prefecture with a Tibetan pony carrying China’s national emblem on its back and displaying written regulations on pray-flag-like-papers.
The natural calamity that occurred Saturday afternoon around 4pm Beijing time has left over 6200 people homeless, and 2630 families “seriously affected.”
“The struggle of Tibet is very meaningful for me and important. And I hope that there is a resolution to the situation in Tibet very soon and that the Tibetans can have a homeland that they have control of and they have their say on how to govern it," said Mukpo.
The Day of Imprisoned Writers was observed in Dharamsala with the release of two books by imprisoned authors.
The memorial lecture on the first prime minister of India was attended by over a thousand people.
Lobsang Palden, 33, a monk of Bheri monastery, was arrested in June of 2008 and sentenced to a nine year prison term for holding a peaceful protest.
Halper covers the global politics of the 1940s and 1950s that impacted the fate of Tibet.
Secretary Sewell is currently on her visit to India and Nepal to help improve the quality of health services within the Tibetan refugee community.
Jhada Nunnery, originally built in 1477, was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution and rebuilt in 1984 by the local nuns.
Jigme Gyatso’s “Diaries of Hardship and Struggle” and Jado Rinchen’s “The Power of Justice" are the personal collection of the prisoner's experiences, difficulties, and their accounts of the situation inside Tibet.
Foundation established in 1997 aims to support disabled and disadvantaged Tibetan refugees living in India.
The announcement of US-China cooperation on a range of issues was discussed at the just concluded state visit by President Obama to China.
Requested by a group of Korean followers, the teaching was attended by nearly 5000 followers from 57 countries including 350 Koreans.
Kalon Dolma Gyari discusses the adjustments made to the use and lease of land in Tibetan settlements and other benefits from the Central and State governments for Tibetan refugees.
China has resettled over a million Tibetan nomads in ‘socialist villages’ and closed their grasslands for ‘nature reserves’ and ‘development’
A court in southwestern China has given out two and three year prison terms to three Tibetans for their alleged involvement in a self-immolation last year.
China regards the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader as a dangerous 'terrorist,' a charge the Dalai Lama rejects
Tibetan Buddhist scholars, scientists and students from various parts of the world gathered at TCV Auditorium in Dharmsala for a three day conference on Cosmology and Consciousness on the theme of Harmony and Happiness.
The protest was apparently sparked by an official meeting on nationality and bilingual education policy in the area, where authorities reprimanded local officials for their failure to implement government education policy.
Representative Kaydor Aukatsang speaks on these two recent events.
The visit was organized by Ven. Tenzin Dheshek, Head Lama of Losel Maitreya Tibetan Buddhism and Culture Center of Birmingham.
Sangay applauded the 'remarkable achievement' of the organization's service in the fields of education, health, social service, animal care, and self sustainable business programs in the exile community.
Dalai Lama’s ongoing visit to Vancouver, Canada and upcoming activities in Birmingham, Boston and New York City in the US are discussed.
His arrest in March followed a series of arrests in connection with Tibet freedom slogans that had appeared on rocks and on the frozen rivers of the Sog region.
The function was presided over by the guest of honor, 17th Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorji and Penpa Tsering, Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile.
The founding principles of the organization and its continuing stand for Tibetan independence are discussed.
"Tibet world aims to make the world a compassionate haven to live on. Since its formation, the organization has touched more than 700 students within a short period of a year and eight months," said Yeshi Lhundup.
The abbot of Jahpa monastery in Nangchen County, was arrested on the night of December 6, 2013 in Chengdu, capital of Sichuan Province.
Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein says he's spoken with Chinese officials about 'multi-day visit,' adds he assumes he will be able to 'move around' during proposed trip
His recently published writing on the status and position of the exile Tibetan Youth Congress, and views on the Middle Way Approach proposal for resolving the Tibet China conflict are discussed.
The CECC was first established in October 2000 by the United States Congress to monitor human rights and the development of the rule of law inside China.
Former President of Tibetan Children's Village discusses the role of Tibetan concepts on ethics in curricula, and parental engagement in a child’s educational development.