Bratislava, Slovakia — Stressing that the use of violence only leads to more violence, The spiritual leader of Tibet, His Holiness the Dalai Lama said the only way to solve problems is through talk and dialogue.

Dharamsala – As the second session of the 16th Tibetan Parliament in Exile was nearing the end, one of the 44 members, Lobsang Dakpa (Do-Toe), newly elected this year gave an exclusive interview the Tibet Post.

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

Washington, DC — "In fact, if the Tibet question isn't effectively resolved while the Dalai Lama is still alive, his passing is likely to lead to more intense and long-lasting Tibetan-Han conflicts and unnecessary bloodshed and hatred," said U.S.-based veteran democracy campaigner Han Lianchao.

Dharamshala — Ama Adhe, one of the few Tibetans who survived to tell the stories of torture by the PRC, told Tibet Post International about her life in prison and her political views on Tibet.

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.

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