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Tibetan exiles commemorate 100 years of Shimla Convention
Violence in Gaza "unthinkable", says the Dalai Lama
Tibetan commerce body holds two-day workshop for young entrepreneurs
Reports of Dalai Lama being unwell not true, says a close aide
Tibetan legislators lobby Indian MPs for Tibet
Three Tibetans arrested in Sog County
Tibetan monk commits suicide in protest against religious repression
Chinese activist Hu Jia beaten up by 'plain clothed men'
Tibetan monk freed after serving sentence
Congressman Pitts ask China to open Tibet
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Shamar Rinpoche passes away
TYC shunned from Kalachakra social service opportunity due to independence?
Lone beauty takes it all, Miss Tibet 2014 declared, unopposed
Tibetan MPs express concern over asylum issues in Europe
Nepal rescinds permission for Buddhist leader's cremation
Tibetan PM at Modi's oath-taking angers China
Karmapa leaves on maiden Europe tour
Censorship blocks Govt paid Chinese netizens over Jolie's remarks
Dalai Lama arrives in Ladakh
Reports of Dalai Lama being unwell not true, says a close aide
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Opinions
08 March 2014
"Getting to Yes" in Sino-Tibetan Dialogue
he classic negotiation book “Getting to Yes”, by Harvard law professor Roger Fisher and anthropologist William Ury, describes how a successful negotiator uses the concept of BATNA: Best Alternative to Negotiated AgrePh
02 March 2014
Is the Dalai Lama safe? - by Jamyang Norbu
Of course, people must be allowed their beliefs no matter how ridiculous or wrong we may perceive them. I believe people have the right to worship Shugden or any other deity they want, while the Dalai Lama as a spiritual lea
27 February 2014
China and Tibet's Revolution in Exile
Throughout China's long and turbulent history, no people along its imperial fringes have been such a nuisance to the Middle Kingdom as the Tibetans are today.
26 February 2014
Stanford University Welcomes Chinese Regime’s Propaganda
A propaganda show is playing at Stanford University, the latest incursion in a silent war being waged in large cities, small rural towns and most especially, college class
16 February 2014
Can Tibetan language become a soft political power?
Can Tibetan language be a soft political power? Recently, serious questions have been raised concerning the survival of the Tibetan language. From a negative standpoint,
10 February 2014
Tibetan Language in the West: A Personal Observation
San Francisco bay area is a good place to live in: good sunshine, pleasant hills, summer beaches, good driving, old free books, good wines and good weekend parties with good people. Tibetan community there is very vibrant and active. Most of the people are very community-driven and with great Lhaksam. Tibetan Association o
30 January 2014
Tibet's Panchen Lama: 25 Years After
On his part, the Panchen Lama while working within the Chinese communist establishment chose to be its most vocal critic. How he did it is a story of courage, personal tragedy and how Tibet in his view could productively co-exist with modern China without
22 January 2014
Tibet’s Ticking Time Bomb
After lunch one afternoon in December of last year, Tsulrim Gyatso repaired to his room at the Amchok Buddhist monastery in Tibet to write a letter. Gyatso, a highly respected monk in the province of Gansu, had been thinking, in the Bu
10 January 2014
Stumbling Toward a More Level-Headed Debate on Independence v. Autonomy in 2014?
For those interested in the development of the Tibetan people’s young democracy in exile, 2013 saw some dramatic internal developments. It is perhaps no coincidence that these developments all relate to the key political question facing Tibetan socie
06 January 2014
Swami Vivekananda and the Dalai Lama: where two divine minds meet
India is celebrating the 150 birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, one of the greatest exponents of Hinduism, the bridge between the philosophy of east and philosophy of west and also between Hinduism and Buddhism. According to siste
04 January 2014
Self-immolation/Tibet/China
On Dec. 19, Tsultrim Gyatso, a monk of Amchok monastery near the sprawling monastic town of Labrang Tashi Kyil in the ethnically Tibetan area of the Chinese province of Gansu, set himself on fire. The 43-year-old monk left behind a handwritten note that serves as his last political testament. The note calls for Tibetan
02 January 2014
Growing Up a Girl in India
In the wake of the recent alleged rape of a Tibetan minor in the Mundgod Tibetan settlement, my girlfriends and I talked one evening about incidents of sexual harassment
21 December 2013
Our Belated Response to the Sikyong's "Ten Questions" -TPR Editorial
n August 2013, on the anniversary of his second year in office, Sikyong Lobsang Sangay gave an interview to Tibet.net entitled “Ten Questions for Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay.” This continued the tradition of Mr. Sa
16 December 2013
Vested interests block reconciliation in Tibet - by Thubten Samphel
China's anti-splitism bureaucracy is up in arms. This time the Chinese Communist Party bureaucracy's fight against separatists is turning against scholars within party
Dear President of China - open letter in NY Times
in recent years there’s been a tug of war inside the global investment community between those who think China is a bubble about to burst and therefore a
11 December 2013
NOT ON ANY MAP by Tenzing Sonam
From as far back as I can remember, I knew that the places I called home were not really home
THE DAY I SAW MANDELA by Jamyang Norbu
Just four months after he was released from Robben Island, Nelson Mandela came to Boston – the first stop in his nine-city US tour. It was probably his way of thanking Bos
04 December 2013
What on earth is David Cameron's China junket for?
David Cameron's trade missions are bordering on the ludicrous. He has been on more than 50. Today a grand entourage of 131 friends, party associates and celebrities is in
03 December 2013
Desperation in Tibet: NY Times Editorial
a 20-year-old Tibetan Buddhist monk, set himself on fire in China’s Qinghai Province. Mr. Gyal’s death brings the number of Tibetans who have self-immolated sinc
29 November 2013
Tibet's Party Boss Plans to Separate The 14th Dalai Lama From Tibetan Buddhism
Recently, just prior to the Third Plenum, Chen Quanguo, the current Party Secretary of the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR), published an article in Qiushi (“Seeking Truth”)
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 Latest News Discussions
China arrests popular Tibetan singer after packed concert (10:05, 27 May 2014)
TYC condemns protests against Dalai Lama by Shugden followers (22:05, 26 May 2014)
Historical texts reveal Tibetan solution (17:05, 24 May 2014)
Arunachal Buddhist lama found hanging in Delhi Apt (01:05, 24 May 2014)
31 dead, 90 injured in Urumqi blasts (14:05, 23 May 2014)
  Hot News Discussions
China arrests popular Tibetan singer after packed concert (1)
Tibetan exiles commemorate 100 years of Shimla Convention (0)
Nepal rescinds permission for Buddhist leader's cremation (0)
TYC shunned from Kalachakra social service opportunity due to independence? (0)
Indian lawyer concludes 48 hr fast for Tibet (0)
THE DIALECTICS OF BEING SHEEP – by Jamyang Norbu (0)
Spanish courts drop case against Chinese leaders, China welcomes (0)
Tashi Dhondup becomes the newest member of Tibetan parliament (0)
Misinformation About the Middle Way Approach (0)
US professors call for an end to ties with Confucius Institutes (0)
A "Partial-Middle Way" Campaign is Launched in Dharamsala (0)
Shamar Rinpoche passes away (0)
Censorship blocks Govt paid Chinese netizens over Jolie's remarks (0)
Dalai Lama prays for Tiananmen victims, Tibetan exiles remember June 4, 1989 (0)
A Tibetan political prisoner released (0)
 Latest Photo News
Monks repairing road leading towards Tsuglakhang before the arrival of the Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama from New Delhi. Incessant rain has caused the roads to wear out leaving huge potholes often leading to accidents. July 21, 2014/Phayul Photo/Kunsang Gashon
7 Petitioners lie on the pavement outside offices of China Youth Daily, after they drank pesticides to commit suicide. 12 people are being treated in hospitals after two separate incidents of mass suicide bids to publicize forced acquisition of land by government/16-7-2014, Telegraph
Incessant rain in Tibet's capital Lhasa has led to flooding in various parts of the city, including the sacred Jhokhang Temple/Photo/Lhasa Sonam's FB page
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 Latest Opinions
Who’s the Boss?: China’s White Paper on Hong Kong
THE DIALECTICS OF BEING SHEEP – by Jamyang Norbu
THE SOUND OF ONE HAND GRASPING – Jamyang Norbu
Misinformation About the Middle Way Approach
A "Partial-Middle Way" Campaign is Launched in Dharamsala
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 Latest Bookreviews
A Way Ahead: Human Approach to a Peaceful World
Green is In…Red is Out
Subcontinental Drift
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 Latest Interviews
In Conversation with Loten Namling
Q&A with Tibetan writer Tsering Namgyal
The Dalai Lama shares wisdom on dissent, death and politicians
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