Wednesday, December 6 2017

Office of Tibet

Tibetan Association of Boston elects its new board members.

November 06, 2017: The Tibetan Association of Boston elected its new executive members for the year 2017-2019. The office of Tibet would like to express hearty congratulations for the new board members and wish them all the best. This office also thank the outgoing members for their sincere fforts, hard …

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New board members of Tibetan Association of Colorado.

October 05, 2017: The new board members of Tibetan Association Colorado resumes their duty from August 2017. The Office of Tibet, Washington, DC would like to congratulate the new members and wish them all the best; and at the same time appreciate the outgoing members for their sincere service and …

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16th North America Tibetan Association (NATA) conference concludes successfully.

Washington DC, Spetember 12, 2017: Sixty-two participants representing Twenty Seven Tibetan Associations in North America adopted 13 pages resolution in the 16th North America Tibetan Association conference, which was held from September 8-10, 2017. The resolutions adopted in the conference covered three main areas related to His Holiness the Dalai …

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Representatives of Tibetan Associations to meet at North American Tibetan Association conference in New York City.

Washington DC, September 06,2017: 16th North American Tibetan Association conference is scheduled to be held at New York City from September 8-10, 2017. Dr. Lobsang Sangay, Honorable president, Central Tibetan Administration is the Chief guest on the inaugural session and will address the gathering. Representatives from 28 Tibetan Associations consisting …

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The US State Department releases annual report on International Religious Freedom, which highlighted Chinese interference in religious practices in monasteries and nunneries in Tibet.

The report highlighted Chinese authorities engaged in widespread interference in religious practices, especially in Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and nunneries in Tibet and forced disappearance, physical abuse, prolonged detention due to religious practice. The report says “authorities evicted more than 2,000 monks and nuns from Buddhist institutes at Larung Gar and …

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