Dharamshala, India: - Student Viki Rey Eagle volunteered at the Tibet Post International for a fortnight in December 2012, as part of the University of Denver's Project Dharamshala programme. Here she reflects on her time at the newspaper and her perceptions of the Tibetan community in exile.

Wyoming, US: - "I have no interest in history because it is a story about dead people" - A junior high Tibetan student. Though I heard the above story several years ago, my memory of it is still vivid and fresh. I don't know the specific reason for its storage in my long-term memory.

Tawo, Tibet: - After 60 years of Chinese rule, some Tibetan monks have resorted to self-immolation. Where will their protests lead? Article written by Hannah Beech, TIME's China bureau chief and East Asia Correspondent with reporting by Chengcheng Jiang from Tawu county, eastern Tibet.

California, USA: - Communists believe that religion is poison, as Mao Zedong himself told the spiritual leader of Tibet,His Holiness the Dalai Lama, sometime between 1954 and 1955. But to us Tibetans, religion is the soul and foundation of our lives.

Dharamshala: - Expressing her support and solidarity with the people of Tibet, a prominent Chinese research scholar living in Sydney has strongly criticised the Chinese government's repressive policies on Tibet for the last six decades.

Wyoming, US: - Since His Holiness the Dalai Lama's statement on his decision to devolve political leadership of the Tibetan government-in-exile to a democratically elected leader, on 10 March 2011, a major question has been debated among Tibetans, Chinese, and supporters of Tibet: Will the Tibetan freedom movement enter a new phase?

Amherst, MA USA: Although the revolution in Libya is no longer in the headlines, that country’s attempt to move from dictatorship to democracy holds important lessons for Tibet. The first is that political change can come quickly and unexpectedly, especially in an autocratic regime that relies on brute force.

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