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Taipei Tibetan institute's film festival concludes with awards

Taipei: - International Tibetan Buddhism Institute's first micro film festival- Hot Focus, concluded in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, with the awarding ceremony on September 1 after a series of seminars.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 18:22
 
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Surprising visit of snow lion to a Tibet house

Dharamshala: - During the Tibetan New Year 2013, a Tibetan family at the foot of Himalayas, while happily having New Year's dinner, was surprised by a snow lion breaking into their home with mouth wide open. "All family members were startled and shouted," said Tashi.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 June 2013 10:31
 
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Tibet Festival to be organised in Brighton, United Kingdom

Dharamshala: - The Tibet Society, in partnership with the Sussex Free Tibet Society is organising a four day festival celebrating the art and culture of Tibet and highlighting the present crises in the region through film and poetry in Brighton, England.

 
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Prominent Italian artist to organise Tibet pavilion in Venice

Dharamshala: - Ruggero Maggi, a well-known Italian artist is organising a Tibet pavilion, inspired by the tenets of Tibetan Buddhist philosophy and highlighting elements and aspects of Tibetan culture and life in Venice, Italy.

 
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Tushita Meditation Centre celebrates 40 years of teaching

Dharamshala: Tushita Meditation Centre's 40th anniversary celebrations were low key considering its legacy. Thousands of curious travellers from across the globe have flocked to the centre, in a tranquil forest glade which seems a world away from the hustle and bustle of McLeod Ganj's busy Main Square, just a 15 minute walk through enchanting deodar and pine forest below, to study Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism since it first opened its doors in 1972.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 January 2013 12:02
 
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The Influence of Tibetan Buddhist Culture in the Western World

Dharamshala: It is one of those tragic historical paradoxes: the Chinese invade Tibet in the 1950’s and  ‘liberate’ the people, spread economic modernism and quash an ancient ‘backward’ religious culture, instead, or indeed in spite of this, Tibetan Buddhist culture travels to all corners of the globe.

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 13:15
 

Obama could do more to freedom; a key objective of US foreign policy

Obama could do more to freedom; a key objective of US foreign policy

Dharamshala: - On Thursday morning just ...

Tibet and Scotland: standing together on independence?

Tibet and Scotland: standing together on independence?

London: - Anyone who has been reading th...

“Real politik” for Tibet (Epoch of forbearance)

“Real politik” for Tibet (Epoch of forbearance)

Dharamshala: - The history of Tibet, bro...

Creating Cohesive and Self-reliant exile Tibet community

Creating Cohesive and Self-reliant exile Tibet community

Georgia, US: - Although overall experien...

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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