London: - Research by Lobsang Yongdan, a PhD candidate in the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Cmabridge on a Tibetan text might alter the standard description of Tibet being 'isolated', 'mysterious' and not knowing what lay beyond their borders before the 20th Century.
Dharamshala: - Preserving our history has long been a priority for the Tibetan community, but the experiences of newcomers starting life over in India is one story largely untold until now. Drawing from a blend of personal observations, lively conversations, and research, Pauline MacDonald's new book Dharamsala Days/Dharamsala Nights breaks the silence by providing a voice for elements of Tibetan society that are often ignored.
Dharamshala, January 10 – Standing at a podium within the lower Tibetan Children's Village school, Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay offered words of support and hope to a crowd gathered at the 6th Tibetan General Conference on Education. "Education is the only means through which Tibetans can improve our human resources and capacity for the administration as well as the Tibetan cause."