Dharamshala, India — Unlike previous elections, the prelimary candidates for 2021 Sikyong of Tibetan govrnment in-Exile and Members of Tibetan parliament-in-exile are largely discussed in Tibetan communities, using social media platforms. Not to mention the eager, discrete, and interest that young Tibetans show in their soon-to-be-elected leaders. The voices of youths are signs of their concerns in the country’s political affairs and democratic process in-Exile.
Dharamshala, India — An exclusive interview with Rinzin Choedon, the National Director of Students for a Free Tibet (SFT). She states that what we are dealing with today is a human-made catastrophe virus (Covid19), Chinese Communist regime could have prevented the pandemic if it had not suppressed the truth, destroyed evidence and lied to the world. She also calls on global institutions to come together in solidarity through this global crisis and in its aftermath, to ensure that freedom and human rights are upheld.
Dharamshala, India — The authoritarian communist regime in China will claim ownership of all, except for Wuhan-originated COVID-19 pandemic, Tibetan President said in this week, in response to questions raised by India Today about the current Indo-China border conflict, P. Stobdan’s remarks and the support for Tibet Policy Act in the Senate.
Dharamshala, India — In an exclusive interview with Dr Pema Yangchen, Minister of the Department of Education (DOE), the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), Dr. Yangchen highlighted the purpose and aim of giving education in our Tibetan schools. As in her words, education policy has brought fruition if it could raise Tibetan citizens endowed with moral virtues and who could become contributing members of the society and the world at large.
Dharamshala, India — An exclusive interview with Sonam Topgyal Khorlatsang, the Home Minister of the Tibetan government in-Exile. As a civil servant who unwaveringly dedicates to public services and commits himself to the cause of Tibet, empowering the younger generation and setting a great example to many.
Dharamshala, India — An interactive interview with Ngawang Sonam, the environmental coordinator at the environmental desk of the Tibetan settlement office, Dharamshala. He throws light into the goals and functions of the Unit since its commencement in 1994. The challenges that the Clean Upper Dharamshala Programme faces and its green worker’s dedication to keep an unpolluted environment for the general masses of Dharamshala.