TPI celebrates 10 million visitors per year TPI office meeting in 2010. Photo: TPI Typography Smaller Small Medium Big Bigger Default Helvetica Segoe Georgia Times Reading Mode Share This Founded in 2007 and launched as trilingual online in 2008, TPI now has almost thousands of indexed Tibet related articles on a vast range of subjects. TPI online is completely free and offers a broad range of media content with a varied and extensive range of its own sources. A global leader in online news of Tibet, we deliver unparalleled coverage on a vast range of subjects. This provides readers with a variety of perspectives and different interpretations on breaking news events. It has experienced substantial growth, receiving more than 10 million visitors and 40 million page-views per year (2017), with a monthly average exceeding nearly one million readerships and 21 million pageviews (July, 2017 - December 2017). Based in Dharamshala, northern India, TPI founded by a group of young Tibetan journalists under the auspices of the Himalayan Literacy Trust (HLT), as a non-profit-making organization and was with the primary goal of promoting democracy through freedom of expression within Tibetan communities, both in exile and in Tibet. Initially established as Press of Tibet in 2007, it was registered as HLT in 2010 and in 2011 became an accredited partner of Reporters Without Borders (RSF). HLT launched a bi-monthly English-language newspaper, in Himalayan hill town of McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala, Himachal State of India, on December 10, 2012. In the past ten years, TPI has published The Tibet Post International online, in English, along with three other dedicated English, Tibetan and Chinese-language websites. Every issue of TPI’s print newspaper is also available in a downloadable version from the TPI sister website called Tibet News Online. Filling the absence of freedom of information and expression within Tibet, HLT attempts to bridge the gap between Tibet and the rest of the world. TPI Editorial Team David Thomas Editor in-Chief and TINA Director Keary Huang Editor for Chinese-language version Artemis Liu Webmaster/Taipei Photographer Jampa Editor for Tibetan-language version Jane Cook English-language version Assistant Yangchen Dolma Head Office in-Charge and Managing Editor Namgyal Dolma Assistant and Translator Carly Selby-James TINA Assistant/Volunteer HLT was registered in 2010, under the district magistrate of Kangra, Himachal, government of India (Registration No: 235/2010. Registraton Date: 07/04/2010. Book No. 1).