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20march20103

Comprehensive Workshop on HIV/AIDS for Tibetan Settlement in South India


Dharamshala: CHOICE HIV/AIDS Initiative, since its inception in April 2007, had conducted over 11O workshops in various Tibetan settlements and dwellings including Tibetan refugee camps, schools, colleges, Institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations(NGOs), monasteries, nunneries, , sweater sellers, hospital, CTA staff, SFF army personals, and the PLHA (People living with HIV/AIDS). Last Updated on Sunday, 21 March 2010 21:21

 
02march0101

California Psychologist fulfills His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Urgent Request

San Francisco, California, USA (March 1, 2010) - "I have been waiting my whole life to tell what happened in Tibet," declared an 82 year-old Tibetan refugee after meeting with Marcella Adamski, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist working in San Francisco's Financial District, who is working to record the life stories of exiled Tibetan elders.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 March 2010 14:59
 
24february20102

Acho Namgyal Documentary Premieres in Dharamshala

Dharamshala: A new documentary about the life of blind Tibetan musician Acho Namgyal received its world premiere on February 20 at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Dharamsala, India. Director Sonam Tashi spent two years filming in the US, Switzerland and India to tell the story Acho Namgyal and the roots of the Nangma and Toeshey genres of Tibetan classical music. Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 February 2010 13:51
 
29january20102

The 2008 Protest in Tibet - A Refugee's Story of the Beatings and Killings

Dharamshala: A newly arrived Tibetan woman, Rigzin Dolma, from Karze County in eastern Tibet, talked about her participation in the peaceful protest on 18 March 2008 and Chinese crackdown. "They were beating people, killing them. I saw it," said Dolma. Last Updated on Monday, 01 February 2010 13:11

 

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

 
14december20095

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
 

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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