Washington DC — Chinese government's ambitious economic policies in Tibet, consultation on the expansion of tourism fails to engage Tibetans, who are actively excluded from opportunities in the tourism industry, said the Washington-based Tibet advocacy group.

Dharamshala — A Tibetan Buddhist monk currently living in Dharamshala, India asked to be treated in anonymity as he wants to return to his hometown and reunite with his family. Any public appearance against the Chinese rule would pose risks to his plans and danger to his family. For the safety of his family, TPI will be referring to him as Sonam.

Dharamshala — "The rehabilitation is of topmost priority for the home ministry right now," said Sonam Topgyal Khorlatsang, Kalon or minister of the Department of Home, Central Tibetan Administration during an Exclusive Interview with the Tibet Post International (TPI). Mr Topgyal was kind enough to spare some time to answer a few questions the TPI had for him.

Dharamshala — The President of the Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC), Tenzing Jigme, told Tibet Post International (TPI) briefly about TYC's struggles with its other chapters.

Dharamshala — "The real success can be accomplished by Tibetan people themselves. It's basically in the hands of the Tibetans," said Geshe Lhakdor, Director of the 'Library of Tibetan Works and Archives' (LTWA) during an Exclusive Interview with the Tibet Post International (TPI).

Taipei — China's threat to reduce economic exchanges and insistence that Taiwanese President elect Tsai Ing-wen abide by the '1992 consensus' seems to have the opposite effect, said a report by the Taipei Times, the daily English-language newspaper in Taiwan.

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