Dharamshala: The TPI reporter in Taipei, taking advantage of the Tashi Tsering's presence Taiwan after his tour of United States, United Kingdom etc interviewed the man who is firmly rooted for the Tibetan Cause.

Dharamshala: Lobsang Tharchen is a gentle Buddhist monk who lives in Dharamshala, northern India. He resides in a small room with basic amenities: a kettle, a pot, a bed and a TV. A small window looks out onto a functional concrete courtyard.

 

Dharamshala: Richard Moore told me in an interview a few weeks ago in Derry, Northern Ireland (May, 2012) that he sees himself as just an ordinary guy, from an ordinary loving family, who has had extraordinary experiences in his life.

 

Dharamshala: - In the final part of a series of special interviews conducted by American journalist Paul Eggers, Tsering Samdup, storekeeper at Gu Chu Sum college for Tibetan ex-political prisoners in Dharamsala, north India, describes participating in a protest in Tibetan capital Lhasa, and his subesequent imprisonment and torture.

Dharamshala: When Richard Moore heard His Holiness the Dalai Lama speak for the first time about conflict, forgiveness and compassion it was like hearing someone articulating his true feelings; what Richard had always thought and felt, "Forgiveness is a gift to yourself'' the Dalai Lama said, and that's what I had always thought too, said Richard.

 

Dharamshala: When Tsering Dorjee (AKA the Lion Man) was a small boy in Tibet, he was a free spirit, uncontained by any limits or boundaries. Anyone who watches his flamboyant one-man shows in Dharamshala, northern India, today would concur that the same still holds true.

Dharamshala: - In the third of a series of special interviews conducted by American journalist Paul Eggers, Lukar Sham, Vice President of Gu Chu Sum college for Tibetan ex-political prisoners in Dharamsala, north India, speaks about his time in prison in Tibet and the future of the Tibetan movement.

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