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Tibet: OutLook Interviews and Recap

Interviews and Recap

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"I can be the people’s Sikyong": Penpa Tsering Sikyong Candidate


Dharamshala — "I can be the people's Sikyong," said Penpa Tsering Sikyong Candidate during an Exclusive Interview with the Tibet Post International. Mr Tsering is the current Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, who recently announced his candidacy for 2016 Sikyong election.

 
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"Sport has the ability to bridge divides that politics can't": Tibet Women's Soccer


Dharamshala — It was for the first time since its formation in 2011 that players from the Tibet Women's Soccer team soared the skies and played on an international pitch last month. The Tibetan footballers-in-exile were invited to attend the Discover Football Beyond Borders festival in Berlin, Germany from June 27 to July 6. They shared the football pitch with a team of players from China as well.

 

Sikyong of Tibet: “Faith and fervor of Tibetans is alive”


Dharamshala – In a recent interview, Lobsang Sangay held firm that the 'middle way' approach continues to be the best way to resolve the ongoing Tibet issue.

 
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“Rinpoche’s efforts tied together Tibetan art, culture and life”: cousin


Dharamshala — On July 12, revered Tibetan monk and political prisoner Tulku Tenzin Delek Rinpoche died in a prison in China. The Tibet Post International spoke with his cousin, Geshe Nyima, a monk from Drepung Gomang Monastery in South India on the case and its aftermath on the family and the Tibetan community.

Last Updated on Friday, 31 July 2015 13:32
 
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Nancy Pelosi and Richard Gere say Tibet still suffers


Washington, DC — House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi teamed up with Hollywood-Star and Tibet activist Richard Gere to praise the life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet for his 80th birthday, saying the Tibetan leader teaches harmony, but China tries to banish his influence.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 July 2015 13:35
 
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1987: “We began the struggle” says former Tibetan political prisoner


Dharamshala — "Tibet was a free country and the Chinese occupied it, I slowly came to realize. So, 21 monks decided to start the struggle for our freedom. On September 27, 1987, we began the struggle."

 
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Karmapa inaugurates Medical Camp for animals in Bodhgaya

Karmapa inaugurates Medical Camp for animals in Bodhgaya

Bodhgaya, 22 January, 2014: - The 17th Gyalwa...

Tibet advocates deliver petition to W.H.O. Office

Tibet advocates deliver petition to W.H.O. Office

Washington DC – Tibetan activists submitted a...

Sikyong of Tibet lauds administration's educational achievements

Sikyong of Tibet lauds administration's educational achievements

Dharamshala — The Tibetan political leader, S...

Karmapa to college students: Actively seek ways to keep Tibetan identity

Karmapa to college students: Actively seek ways to keep Tibetan identity

Dharmasala, India – In his interaction with T...

Tibetan man in exile says he will wear only traditional dresses

Tibetan man in exile says he will wear only traditional dresses

Dharamshala — Celebrating the 80th birthday o...

“This is definitely something different from most festivals.” A filmmaker at DIFF

“This is definitely something different from most festivals.” A filmmaker at DIFF

Dharamshala: - The Tibetan Institute of Perfo...

“From farm to plate, make food safe:” Tibetan Health Kalon

“From farm to plate, make food safe:” Tibetan Health Kalon

Dharamshala — On the occasion of World Health...

China lags far behind the Western world" says Chinese writer

China lags far behind the Western world

Dharamshala: - "China lags far behind the Wes...

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