Seminar of Thoughts and Contributions of Gandhi and Dalai Lama
The Shoton festival celebrates the Tibetan heritage of Opera (Ache Lhamo) which is considered the most popular form of theater in Tibet.
"His leadership has shaped lives, not only for those of our students and faculty he taught, but for millions worldwide," said University's President, Ralph W. Kuncl.
"I have received many degrees from so many academic institutions, but it holds a special meaning to receive one from Mongolia," said the Dalai Lama during the acceptance address.
One monk reportedly detained at solo rally marking anniversary of crackdown at which some 20 people were killed, hundreds wounded
Lobsang Kalsang, a 19 year old monk from Kirti monastery is reported to have walked for several minutes holding a portrait of the Dalai Lama in one hand and throwing paper prayer flags into the air with the other.
The reason for their arrest was not provided by the authorities.
Sources approximate that over 7,000 people participated in the day long event where marchers called for freedom in Tibet and demanded that China resume dialogue to resolve the Tibetan issue.
Speaker of the Tibetan Administration in Exile talked about the parliament's deliberation on the situation inside Tibet to mitigate the sufferings of Tibetans inside Tibet.
The Bharat Tibbat Sahayog Manch (BTSM) Women's Wing took part in a function to observe the 56th anniversary of Tibetan Women's National Uprising Day in Delhi.
On this day in 1959, hundreds of Tibetans risked their lives and poured into the streets of Lhasa city and protested against the presence of the Peoples’ Republic of China in Tibet.
The nuns told the Chinese officials that their problem was the lack of religious freedom, and not the lack of shoes to put on their feet.
Demonstrations mark 56th anniversary of uprising that led to Dalai Lama, Tibetan spiritual leader, fleeing to India and establishing Tibetan administration in exile.
56th Tibetan Uprising Day Commemorated Around the World
Chinese-appointed governor of Tibet says spiritual leader contradicts traditional beliefs when he says he will not be reincarnated when he dies
Free Tibet organization said the woman, Norchuk, was in her forties; authorities took her remains and cremated her before her family could carry out a funeral
A mother of three carried out her protest on Thursday night in a small village, which explains why local Tibetans were able to conduct prayers and cremate her properly on Friday morning before her remains could have been seized by the Chinese security.
Genduk Phuntsok shouted slogans calling for the return of the Dalai Lama to Tibet, and demanded equality and freedom for Tibetans.
Photos and videos are showing up on Chinese social media of the heavy security presence at the annual Monlam Prayer Festival at Kumbum monastery, located in present day Qinghai province of the People’s Republic of China.
Over 80 Tibetan-Americans and friends of Tibet from 20 states participated in this year’s campaign to meet with U.S. Senators and Congressmen to apprise them of the current situation inside Tibet.
Foreign Minister of the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamsala addressed the United Nations Summit in Geneva, Switzerland on February 23, 2015.
The first time ever celebration of Losar, the Tibetan New Year at the U.S. State Department, was attended by almost a hundred dignitaries, officials, and staff from various government and private organizations based in Washington, DC.
Eliot Sperling is an Associate Professor of Central Eurasian Studies at the Indiana University, who also is an expert on the history of Tibet and Tibetan-Chinese relations.
Kunleng looks at Tibetan New Year greetings from exile Tibetan religious and secular leaders, and invites viewers to share their video and call in greetings.
Local Tibetan leaders say there are at least 1,200 Tibetans living in Australia
The practice of celebrating people when they reach the age of 80 is called Kyarton, and is a commonly practiced tradition in the Amdo region of historical Tibet.
Footage given to VOA's Tibetan service shows long line of troop transport vehicles entering town in western Sichuan province
"Through this program we aim to offer students the chance to study in depth Tibetan language and Buddhist philosophy in a Tibetan environment," says Geshe Lhakdor la, the Director of LTWA.
Video shot on Wednesday, February 11, eight days before Losar, the Tibetan Royal New Year, show troops from what appears to be both the PLA and Security Police arriving in Ngaba Township.
Chhoyang visited the Tibetan communities of Portland, Seattle, and San Franciso where she briefed the Tibetans on some of the major policies and stances of the Central Tibetan Administration.
The Dalai Lama talks on the quality of the monastic population during his recent talk to the local Tibetan community in Basel, Switzerland.
The elected leader of the exile Tibetan Administration talks about his current visit to Washington DC, developments in Tibet, and prospects for dialog and resolutions on Tibet with Beijing.
The Dalai Lama attended the annual National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, where he sat close to but did not meet with President Obama
U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday called the Dalai Lama a "good friend'' and an inspiration for freedom.
The president, speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast, a closely watched event in Washington with the lama in the audience, said Tibet's exiled spiritual leader was "a powerful example of what it means to practice compassion and who inspires us to speak up for the freedom and dignity of all human beings.''
In comments at National Prayer Breakfast, president says Tibet's exiled spiritual leader is a 'powerful example of what it means to practice compassion'
White House officials play down suggestions the two will publicly interact at the event, an act sure to rile China
The outgoing Chinese liaison officer at the Office of Tibet in Washington DC discusses his work in the last six years to develop understanding and dialog with Chinese scholars, activists, and public.
The enrollment of Tibetan exiles in CTA’s Medicare system and the role of USAID financial support in making it work in India and Nepal.
The two day visit would include a first time public appearance with U.S. President Barack Obama on February 5th at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C.