An exclusive interview with Topden, a young Tibetan teacher at Upper Tibetan Children's Village School (TCV). He shares with Tibet Post International(TPI) how it feels to be a teacher being a student his whole life. He also talks about the importance of one’s mother tongue. His hopes for his students as a teacher.

An exclusive interview with Sonam Tsering, general secretary of Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC). He shares his experiences of escaping towards India as a young child. His hopes of returning and longing for home in Tibet. He portrays his ideas and feelings of home, life in exile, the struggling Tibet cause and many more themes through numerous poems and writings on his blog 'silent songs of sonsnow'. He also talks about what it feels like to live in a free country as an unfree man.

Washington DC —On November 20, 2020, Tibetan President Dr Lobsang Sangay entered the White House of the United States—a historic feat. This is the first time the head of the Central Tibetan Administration has been invited to the White House in the last 6 decades.

Dharamshala, India — Unlike previous elections, the primary election candidates for 2021 Sikyong of Tibetan government in-Exile and Members of Tibetan parliament-in-exile are largely discussed in Tibetan communities.

Dharamshala, India — A significant interview with Tenzin Dhondup, a Tibetan youth who is on a solo peace march for Tibet from Dharamshala to Nathula, Sikkim covering over 2,100 kilometres in a span of 90 days. He shares with Tibet Post International (TPI), his subsequent three demands of the freedom march. He strongly voices that India shares its border with Tibet historically not China.

Dharamshala — An exclusive conversation with Lobsang Dhondup, a former Tibetan political prisoner. He shares his experiences in a Chinese prison as one of the youngest Tibetan political prisoners and his escape to India. He also talks about his hopes for the future. His love for our country and his faith in Tibetan youngsters in the quest for a free Tibet.

Dharamshala, India — Unlike previous elections, the preliminary candidates for 2021 Sikyong of Tibetan government 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.

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