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Tibetan Landscapes At Rubin Museum Of Art

In May 2001, photographer Tom Wool spent four weeks photographing life in the villages of Tibet’s Rongbuk Valley, an expanse of rugged terrain stretching fifty miles from the northern base of Mount Everest. Home to around 3000 Tibetans, this area is distinctly important to the indigenous population for its sacred geography and history. Last Updated on Friday, 22 January 2010 15:57

 
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Chinese Brutality For Three Days, Without food In Jail: A former prisoner

Dharamshala: Kunsang Sonam escaped from Tibet on March 24, 2008; two weeks after the 2008 uprising in Tibet on March 10th. With the help of friends, who paid 5,000 Chinese yen, he was driven by a Chinese man to the Nepali border. There, he paid a bribe of 60,000 Chinese yen to avoid repatriation by the Nepali police. Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 December 2009 15:21
 
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Fear of Increase Swine Flu Cases In Eastern Tibet: China Remains Silent

Dharamshala: On 6 October China has claimed the first swine flu death in Tibet, saying an 18 year old Tibetan girl has died of A/H1N1 Flu on 4 October in Tibet's Maltrogangkar county (Ch: Maizhokunggar), near Tibetan capital Lhasa. But, China did not disclose any detailed information about the disease in areas of eastern Tibet.

Last Updated on Friday, 04 December 2009 18:18
 
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Tibetans in Exile Celebrate Tulku Tenzin Delek Rinpoche’s Birthday

Exiled Tibetan monks, nuns and lay people today gathered in Dharamsala, north India, and Mundgod, south India, to celebrate Lha Bab Duchen - the day Buddha descended from heaven and also the birthday of Tulku Tenzin Delek Rinpoche. Last Updated on Monday, 09 November 2009 19:26
 
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Chinese Pressure Halts Tibet Exhibition

Police in Dhaka, Bangladesh, closed a photography exhibition on Tibet on Sunday, following complaints from Chinese diplomats. Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 November 2009 16:41
 
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"We lived like wild animals-Tibetan people in their own land"

Dharamshala: I feel guilty about the ease with which I can disregard and justify the oppression of a nation.  Let me explain:  I grew up in Canada and completely took for granted the fact that I would live with my own family, be unconditionally taken care of, provided with equal and limitless opportunity, and that was that.... doesn't everybody? No, not if you’re Tibetan. Not if you live in Tibet. I mean, I remember hearing about Free Tibet concerts, and have known quite vaguely that, well, maybe there was a problem far away in some mountainous region. Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2009 08:02
 

Former Special Envoy: The Tibetan Youth Congress Story

Former Special Envoy: The Tibetan Youth Congress Story

Dharamshala: - Kasur Lodi G. Gyari, who ...

Foreign dignitaries endorse CCP policy and attacks on Tibet: ICT

Foreign dignitaries endorse CCP policy and attacks on Tibet: ICT

Dharamshala: - Instead of speaking out o...

Tibet and its cause: A Mission and a Message

Tibet and its cause: A Mission and a Message

New York: - Dr. Lobsang Sangay, the curr...

My take on misinformation about the Tibet's Middle Way

My take on misinformation about the Tibet's Middle Way

Dharamshala: - Being part of the recentl...

Language policy in Tibet absolutely unacceptable: Top Official

Language policy in Tibet absolutely unacceptable: Top Official

Dharamshala: - The replacement of the Ti...

My book is my own personal experience: Kunsang Dolma

My book is my own personal experience: Kunsang Dolma

Dharamshala: - In an exclusive interview...

Free media is essential for democracy: Spiritual leader of Tibet

Free media is essential for democracy: Spiritual leader of Tibet

New Delhi, India, 22 December 2013 - "Th...

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