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Organizers of Tibetan language event forced to cancel contest
China arrests Tibetan monks for funding prayer for Dalai Lama
China asks India to exclude Arunachal youth from Indian delegation
Names for final election of Domed seat out, Lukar withdraws
Dalai Lama saddened by South Korea ferry disaster, offers prayers
Tibetan arrested for photographing self immolation protest
Exile Tibetans pray for Tibetan self immolators
Conference on CTA’s international efforts concludes
Abbot among five Tibetans arrested
Tibetan PM Sangay launches TPI website and book on CCP leaders in Tibet
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Toronto - Tibetan youth stabbed to death trying to stop a fight, police say
Tibetans decry Dalai Lama slander by western followers of Shugden
Missing Tibetan man in Bylakuppe found dead
Is the Dalai Lama safe? - by Jamyang Norbu
Youngest Tibetan MP slams China at Geneva Summit
Taiwan Tibet support group 'hurt' by CTA official's remarks
Tibetan monk rescues German teenager from the streets of Cardiff
AN ALTERNATE TRIBUTE TO BAPA PHUNTSOG WANGYAL - A SLAVE MINDSET
Tibetan Parliament passes unanimous resolution on Dholgyal issue
A Tibetan monk self immolates in Ngaba
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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”)
26 November 2013
Too quiet on China’s crackdown on dissent
“AS WE diversify the ways in which we do business with China, we will continue to champion respect for the rule of law, human rights, religious freedom and democratic principles.” So procl
21 November 2013
With the Third Plenum Xi Jinping Says He Is His Own Man
The international verdict on the outcome of the third plenum of the 18th congress of the Chinese communist party held from 9 to 12 November is out. The verdict both within China and outside is positive. The breadth of reforms to be introduced is ambitious. If carried through despite stiff resistance from vested interests, these ref
16 November 2013
Looking at Chen Quanguo’s Article on Tibet - by Bhuchung K Tsering
As part of my work I look at the statements by China’s leaders to see if they reveal anything about the current state of affairs in Tibet. This was particularly so after
09 November 2013
The Simla Convention of 1914- an appraisal
The Convention began on October 13, 1913 with British India's plenipotentiary Sir Henry McMohan, the foreign secretary of the British Indian government as the chairman. Ivan Chen was the Chinese representative. Sir Charles Bell, the Political Officer for
08 November 2013
THE SAD PAINFUL JOKE OF TIBETAN DEMOCRACY – by Jamyang Norbu
In an interview with AFP, the new Prime Minister, Lonchen* Tshering Tobgay was critical of GNH: “I’m sceptical
Tibet’s Middle Way
In early 2011, I had the rare opportunity to attend a commentary session by His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Mulamadhyamakakarika (Verses on the Fundamentals of the
31 October 2013
Singh's Sham Water Accord - by Brahma Chellaney
For the past decade, China has pursued a series of ambitious dam-building projects in Tibet, making water a source of significant discord in Sino-Indian relations. Yet
04 October 2013
I Solemnly Swear
I solemnly swear, by the flag of Tibet, that I will remain faithful to its colors and until they take this life away from me or until all my karmic merits have been exhausted, I wil
29 September 2013
Home of Gods and Land of Rivers
Tibetan Plateau, an island in the sky is home to some of the world’s highest peaks and greatest rivers. The sacred Gang Rimpoche or Mt. Kailash in Tibet is visited by thousands of Jain, Hindu, Bon and Buddhist pilgrims each year. It is only one among hund
28 September 2013
Independence – No ear wants to hear
Among us there may be a lack of courage to resist the Chinese government and follow in the footsteps of Tibetans who have sacrificed their lives for our cause. But there are no fewer
Burning Minds
Every year, a great number of traditional Tibetan festivals are celebrated in Lhasa: Sagadawa, the month of Buddha, in June; Shoton, the yoghurt festival with its operas in summer,
09 September 2013
Little Tibet: The Third Way
With Chinese political power at its peak on global stage, Tibet’s future is neither in the hands of Umavas nor Rangzenpas (Proponents of autonomy within China and Tibetan independence respectively) but in the clutches of the Chinese Comm
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 Latest News Discussions
Names for final election of Domed seat out, Lukar withdraws (22:04, 22 Apr 2014)
Reshuffle in Offices of Tibet, Japan and Australia (21:04, 20 Apr 2014)
Tibetan immolates self in Tawu (18:04, 16 Apr 2014)
For Hu the Bell Tolls (13:04, 16 Apr 2014)
China scraps human rights talk with UK (13:04, 16 Apr 2014)
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AN ALTERNATE TRIBUTE TO BAPA PHUNTSOG WANGYAL - A SLAVE MINDSET (7)
Is the Dalai Lama safe? - by Jamyang Norbu (7)
Toronto - Tibetan youth stabbed to death trying to stop a fight, police say (4)
An Unnecessary Resolution (3)
Missing the big moment: by Jamyang Norbu (2)
Reshuffle in Offices of Tibet, Japan and Australia (2)
Taiwan Tibet support group 'hurt' by CTA official's remarks (2)
Names for final election of Domed seat out, Lukar withdraws (2)
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama inside a shop during a brief stopover for rest  on a roadtrip from Kyoto to Koyasan, Japan, where he delivered Buddhist teachings,  April 13, 2013/Photo/Office of Tibet, Japan
His Holiness the Dalai Lama responds as Ven. Suguri Kouzui, Dean of Shuchiin University, offers prostration before a talk at the university in Kyoto, Japan on April 10, 2014. Photo/Office of Tibet, Japan
Tibetans hold a candle light vigil after news of a self immolation protest by a Tibetan nun in Bathang County in Kham, Tibet, reached India. McLeod Ganj, March 30, 2014, Phayul Photo/Kunsang Gashon
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 Latest Opinions
China on the Edge - by Gordon G. Chang
For Hu the Bell Tolls
THE ARROGANCE OF TREASON by Jamyang Norbu
AN ALTERNATE TRIBUTE TO BAPA PHUNTSOG WANGYAL - A SLAVE MINDSET
An Unnecessary Resolution
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A Way Ahead: Human Approach to a Peaceful World
Green is In…Red is Out
Subcontinental Drift
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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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