Dharamshala — "Now that I am here and have interacted with a lot of Tibetans, I have come to realize that Taiwanese and Tibetans have a lot of similar issues to deal with in regards with China. I have deeply come to realize that even with different cultural and traditional backgrounds, we aim for the same target. We go through similar struggle with education, language, cultural, territory etc," said Chen-Yen Chou, a Taiwanese Human Rights and International Politics student visiting Dharamshala during an interview with TPI.

Bylakuppe In Focus: Part Five
In a series of special features, TPI journalist Tashi Choekyi reports from India's largest Tibetan settlement, Bylakuppe, in the southern state of Karnataka, India.

Dharamshala — “We also feel that they must stop the self-immolation and I think that we need more Tibetans to carry out the Tibet movement, inside and outside,” asserts Deputy Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok.

Dharamshala — "We are willing to reach out to the Chinese people. Our problem is with the Chinese State, regime, and leadership and not with the 1.3 billion Chinese poeple," said Dhardon Sharling, Information Secretary of the Department of Information and International Relations of the Central Tibetan Administration.

Dharamshala — Tibet Post reporter Tenzin Zompa met with In Frame editor, Tenzin Chodon, for an exclusive interview about the new photography magazine, which is the first of it's kind in the Tibetan community.

Dharamshala — "When the Dalai Lama sent fact finding delegations [to TIbet] in 1979, I sneaked back in 1980 to study the situation there. I made one observation where I saw evidence of Chinese immigrants, and realized that this was the final solution..." said longtime independent Tibet activist and poet Lhasang Tsering (LT) in an exclusive interview to the Tibet Post International (TPI).

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