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Tibet: OutLook Interviews and Recap

Interviews and Recap

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Gu Chu Sum Interviews: Soepa Speaks on Torture in Prison in Tibet

In the first of a series of special interviews conducted by American journalist Paul Eggers, Soepa, a student at Gu Chu Sum college for Tibetan ex-political prisoners in Dharamsala, north India, speaks about his experiences of torture in Chinese prisons in Tibet and his hopes for the future.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 May 2012 12:49
 

When Instability Peaks: An Interview With Tibet's Political Head

Protests by Tibetans who defy Beijing's sovereignty have been routine for 50 years. However, over the past 11 months a new type of demonstration by Tibetan Buddhists, mostly monks and nuns, has taken place, shocking the world community. Tibetan Buddhists are sacrificing their lives by setting themselves on fire, sending the message loud and clear - the Tibet issue is alive.
 
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Chinese Democrats Offer Freedom for Tibet and China: Interview

Melbourne: - I met with Frank Ruanjie on a Monday afternoon in the centre of Melbourne, at the city-end of Chinatown. We found a quiet spot in a restaurant upstairs where only a few teenagers came to hang out after school, and had a long chat over coffee and hot chocolate. Last Updated on Friday, 30 March 2012 23:18
 
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The Emotion Behind Tibetan Self-immolation Protest

Dharamshala: What first struck me about Bhutuk, the Tibetan monk who self-immolated in Kathmandu last month, was the beaming smile with which he told much of his story.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 January 2012 21:15
 
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Tibetan Settlement Rep Promotes 'Fighting For The Common Cause'

Dharamshala: A Tibetan campaigner has appealed to fellow residents of a south Indian settlement to 'fight for the common cause.' Indian born Lobsang Tenzin, 51, a volunteer settlement representative at the Hunsur, Rabgyal Ling settlement, near Mysore, told the Tibet Post: 'In our society many people fight for themselves only.

Last Updated on Thursday, 05 January 2012 14:56
 
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China Must Become a Democracy; Says Taiwanese Group

Dharamshala: - On the 25th of October, the Tibet Post International was given the opportunity to interview three imminent Taiwanese delegates during their week-long visit to Dharamshala, and discuss several matters in relation to Tibet, including the issue of Chinese dominance over Taiwan and Tibet, and how the alliance of the two countries might be beneficiary to the development of democracy in both places. Last Updated on Friday, 28 October 2011 19:33
 

The real motives behind China's scientific expedition to Tibet?

The real motives behind China's scientific expedition to Tibet?

Dharamshala — China's second scientific exped...

The ongoing battle against Tuberculosis in the Tibetan Community

The ongoing battle against Tuberculosis in the Tibetan Community

Dharamshala — Tuberculosis (TB) continues to ...

TWA President speaks on gender equality and women's empowerment

TWA President speaks on gender equality and women's empowerment

Dharamshala — The main aim of the Tibetan Wom...

Damdul, a 77-year old Tibetan shares his story of escape from Tibet

Damdul, a 77-year old Tibetan shares his story of escape from Tibet

Dharamshala — "I have no regrets and no more ...

An examination of Namdroling Monastery and The Golden Temple

An examination of Namdroling Monastery and The Golden Temple

Bylakuppe In Focus: Part 6
In a series of spec...

Tibetan singer Norbu Samphel released new album

Tibetan singer Norbu Samphel released new album

Dharamsala - A new music album was launched J...

After US visa denial, Tibet Women's Soccer Team to compete in Canada

After US visa denial, Tibet Women's Soccer Team to compete in Canada

New Jersey, USA — After US visa denial, the T...

“From farm to plate, make food safe:” Tibetan Health Kalon

“From farm to plate, make food safe:” Tibetan Health Kalon

Dharamshala — On the occasion of World Health...

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