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  • Behind the scenes of Kunleng Live Production
  • Tibetan PM Dr. Lobsang Sangay on Kunleng with host Pema Dorjee
  • Studio 50 with Kunleng TV production Team
  • VOA Tibetan studio
  • Tsetan Chodon producing the morning radio show
  • Kunleng host Dorje Tsetan and Senior editor Tsetan Wangchuk before Kuleng taping.
  • Kunleng Studio
  • Sonam Yangzom, Tsetan Chodon and Gyaltsen Tsering doing the morning show
  • Pema Dechen hosting Youth and Education program
  • Trinlae Choedon reading news for the morning show
  • Sonam Yangzom reporting news from the Chinese Embassy in Washington DC
  • Cyber Tibet production in Studio 47
  • Video Editors at work
  • Tsering Kyi producing morning radio show

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ཧོང་ཀོང་གི་ངོ་རྒོལ་ལ་ཡ་ལན། བོད་རིགས་སློབ་མ་གསུམ་བསད་པ། ཉི་ཧོང་དང་བྱང་ཀོ་རི་ཡའི་གྲོས་མོལ། ཨ་རིའི་ཨི་བྷོ་ལཱ་ནད་པ་གསར་པ། རྒྱ་གར་སྲིད་བློན་གྱི་གཟིགས་སྐོར།