Dharamshala, India — Anisha Joneja from the Tibet Post International conducted an interview with Tenzin Chondup a child of Tibetan refugees, now owner of Rewa Café in McLeodganj. The 44 year-old veteran of the Special Frontier Force of the Indian Army shared his own personal stories and why it is important to maintain a humble life in-Exile.

Dharamshala, India — The Tibetan plateau is Tibet itself. So actually I didn’t know much about Tibet at first. I began my journey by getting a train from Bejing to Xining in the Qinghai province. Then I found out that Kumbum Monastery wasn’t far from it so I went there to learn more about Tibet, Liam Flag, a western tourist who recently traveled to Tibet and parts of China around last year. He recounts his experience visiting Tibet through a series of questions:-

Dharamshala,India— TPI reporter Shivam Chhaparia met with Ngawang Tseten for an exclusive interview about his initiative Readers of Dalai Lama (RDL). Tseten explains how RDL has made the difference in the lives of many Tibetan youths.

London, UK — The way that Human Rights Watch researches Tibet has become more like its work on North Korea as Beijing has successfully moved to reduce the flow of information leaving the Himalayan country, said Sophie Richardson, the China Director for Human Rights Watch (HRW).

Dharamshala, India — Students for a Free Tibet (SFT) India works in solidarity with the Tibetan people in their struggle for freedom and independence, organised a solidarity campaign or action for Hong Kong at the main market area of Mcleodganj.

Dharamshala, India — TPI Reporter Dawa Tsering met with Ngadar, a young Tibetan man, for an exclusive interview about his personal story of escape from Tibet into India in 2005. Ngadar who trudged across the Himalayas to seek political refuge in another country was only 7 years old at that time.

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