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Tibet Support Group Gives Public Reception to Tibetan Youth Congress

All Tibet Support Groups Give Public Reception to TYC Marchers

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10.03.2014
The public reception was held at the temple ground of Tibetan Colony, Majnu ka Tilla on March 9, 2014. More

Audio Dalai Lama Begins Two Days Youth Teaching in Dharamsala

The Dalai Lama started his two days religious teaching on June 27, 2013 in Dharamsala, India to over two thousand Tibetan youths.

Video Tenzin Kunsel, Singing Prodigy

Tenzin Kunsel started singing at age five and has performed in cities across the US and the world. In 2010, Kunsel performed at New York City's famed Carnegie Hall where she was introduced by world famous composer Philip Glass who wrote the music for the movie Kundun. Kunsel released her first album last year, a compilation of classic Nangma and Toeshey songs. She tells VOA that through her album, she is hoping that more young Tibetans will discover and learn to appreciate one of the most beloved musical traditions of Tibet. Tenzin Kunsel is currently a freshmen at the University of Massachusetts Amherst majoring in science.

Video Sonam Yeshi, Visual Artist & Designer

Sonam Yeshi is one of the few women artists and designers in the Tibetan world. After graduating from the Parsons New School for Design in New York, she worked for Norbulingka institute in Dharamsala where she designed the interior space of Chonor House and Norling Hotel in Dharamsala. She is the chief designer for Norbulingka fashion and household goods which are found in fine goods shops around. Sonam Yeshi has a registered interior design company in Hong Kong and also works on her own art. She talks about contemporary Tibetan art and the intersection of her artistic and business experience.

Video Tenzin Namgyal Maja, Intel Design Engineer

Tenzin Namgyal works at Intel, one of the largest multinational semiconductor chip maker at its Bangalore, India campus. Prior to joining Intel, he was a senior research and development engineer with a firm involved in system and high speed board design. Maja did his Master of Technology in Electronics Design and Technology from the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore. He feels that a combination of sweat and judicious study planning are keys to success in the science fields.

Rinchen Dolma Crowned Miss Himalaya for Peace and Environment

23-year-old Rinchen Dolma from India’s north-eastern state of Sikkim was crowned the Miss Himalaya Pageant for Peace and Environment

Audio Miss Himalaya Contest Kicks Off in Dharamsala

Five girls are participating in the first beauty pageant 'Miss Himalaya' to be held in Dharamsala today

Audio First Tibetan Olympian Wins Bronze Medal

First Tibetan Olympian Wins Bronze Medal

Audio Creative Writing Workshop Held at Tibetan Children’s Village School

Prominent writers from the Tibetan Diaspora community held a day-long creative writing workshop for students from Tibetan Children’s Village School

Audio Interview with Tibetan Canadian Parliamentary Interns

Two summer interns at the Canadian Parliament share their experiences

Audio 40 Aspiring Tibetan Civil Servants Selected for Special Recruitment Training

Tibetan Public Service Commission launched a special recruitment training for 40 selected candidates

Audio Young Singer on Making Tibetan Music

Young Tibetan singer talks about his music, take on Tibetan contemporary music and inspiration behind his romantic songs.

Cyber Tibet

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18.04.2014
Cyber Tibet looks at the commemoration of Tibetan bloggers and internet users for the 4th anniversary of the Kyegudu earth quake in 2010, by collecting comments and articles concerning the region's real situation after four years, and interview with an executive member of TYAE, regarding their internet petition urging Google to put Tibet’s heritage back on map, by officially adding the traditional Tibetan names written in the Tibetan alphabet.
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Video Cyber Tibet Apr 18, 2014

Cyber Tibet looks at the commemoration of Tibetan bloggers and internet users for the 4th anniversary of the Kyegudu earth quake in 2010, by collecting comments and articles concerning the region's real situation after four years, and interview with an executive member of TYAE, regarding their internet petition urging Google to put Tibet’s heritage back on map, by officially adding the traditional Tibetan names written in the Tibetan alphabet.
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Video Cyber Tibet Apr 04, 2014

Cyber Tibet looks at the raging online debate on the death of Tibetan communist Bawa Phuntsok Wangyal, the popular app ximalaya.com which is widely used by Tibetans with a user guide created by a Tibetan in Tibet, and concludes with a music video of a young nomad child in Tibet singing exile pop star Phurbu T Namgyal’s song.
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