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.