There are over 100 restaurants and guest houses situated at the Samyeling Tibetan Colony based in Majnu-Ka- Tila, Delhi, India.
For the first time since its founding, Tibet Museum will be joining with more than 35,000 museums in 120 countries to mark International Museum Day, to increase public awareness of the role of museums in the development of society.
Although the diaspora Tibetan population is relatively small, it has in recent years become more dispersed across the world, resulting in an increase in intermarriage and a small but growing number of mixed race children.
Kunleng discusses the issue of gender equality in Tibetan society today, and the impact of religion, cultural traditions, and society on women’s empowerment.
Kunleng discusses the multiple projects underway in Lhasa that officials and developers are calling ‘modernization’, but many Tibetans feel is destructive to the city’s history, culture and the daily life of many Lhasans.
Kunleng discusses the changes and developments in the Tibetan diaspora community in Switzerland, the oldest large scale settlement of Tibetans in the West.
Kunleng discusses the Tibetan astrological calculation system and forecasts for the upcoming Tibetan Water-Snake year.
Kunleng interviews Paljor Tsering, former Kalon in the exile Tibetan government on his autobiography, ‘The Nature of All Things’.
A 2-day conference to discuss Tibetan language education for Tibetan children in the United States and Canada was held Saturday in Northern California
Table Talk: A Glimpse into the World of Ladakh's Jangthang Nomads
Table Talk interviews three Tibetan Muslims about the history and current situation of the Tibetan Muslims inside and outside Tibet