Tibet is highly sensitive region, not just because of continued opposition to Chinese control, but because of its strategic position next to India, Nepal, Myanmar
The Speakers were Dr. Dibyesh Anand, Tibetologist and Professor at Westminster College in London, Lobsang Yeshi, an Exile Parliamentarian, and Tenzin Tsundue, a Tibetan Poet and Activist.
After his tour of Italy and Ladakh for the last six weeks, he finally returns to his exile seat in northern India on July 21, 2014.
The one month program aims to give intensive training in Tibetan language, Meditation, Culture, Civilization, Buddhist Philosophy, and Practice.
He talked about the decline of studies in the Tibetan monastic institutions in India.
Choelo Thar, director of the new section, gave a brief introduction in Chinese and Tibetan at the gathering, and shared their future plans.
Ruthok monastery in Tibet was founded in 1337 C.E. and during the time of 7th Dalai Lama, it was put under Sera Je monastery in central Tibet.
At a press conference in Dharamsala moderated by the International Tibet Network, Guchusum Freedom Movement for Tibet, Student for a Free Tibet, and Tibetan Women's Association jointly issued a statement.
He urged the monastic institutions not to indulge in politics, and the local people to learn Tibetan language if they want to study the words of Buddha [Kangyur] and treatises written by Indian Pandits.
Scores of Tibetans writers and lawmakers gathered in the conference hall of Library of Tibetan Works and Archives for the book launch gathering.
He replaces Kirti Dolkar Lhamo, who submitted her resignation last November citing personal reasons.
The Center for Human Rights and Democracy screened films on Central Tibetan Administration and the human rights situation inside Tibet.