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Dharamshala — "Tibet was a free country and the Chinese occupied it, I slowly came to realize. So, 21 monks decided to start the struggle for our freedom. On September 27, 1987, we began the struggle."

Dharamshala –"My wish has not changed, it was and still is for a free Tibet." These words come easily today from Topjor, who now is living safely in exile. But in Tibet in the early 1990's, his words carried much greater consequence.

Dharamshala: - In an exclusive interview, Choneyi Sangpo, editor for Tibetan version, the The Tibet Post International (TPI) discussed with Kunsang Dolma on her Book- "A Hundred Thousand White Stones."

Dharamshala: - In an exclusive interview, Kalsang Dolma, report for The Tibet Post International (TPI) discussed with Prof Su Jia Hong from Taiwan his role on Tibet.

Dharamshala: - The replacement of the Tibetan language with Mandarin in schools in Tibet is absolutely unacceptable for Tibetan people, said a Tibetan minister who is on a two-week official visit to Australia.

New Delhi, India, 22 December 2013 - "The purpose of this kind of teaching is to understand the Dharma, which can help us learn to transform our minds," began His Holiness the Dalai Lama this morning. "And this is a class or lecture I'm giving. Listen, try to understand and then try to apply what you've understood.

Dharamshala: - On the occasion of the 2nd anniversary of the 14th Kashag (Cabinet), Dr Lobsang Sangay Sikyong or the democratically elected political leader of Tibetan people gave an exclusive interview to the Tibetan administration news media- 'Tibet Net.'

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