Thursday, January 18 2018

Office of Tibet

Member of Parliament Urges Canada to Push for Sino-Tibet Dialogue

Garnett Genuis, Honorable Member of Canadian Parliament yesterday expressed serious concern over the wide–scale demolitions of Larung Gar, religious repression in Tibet and the prolonged stalemated Sino-Tibet dialogue and called on the Canadian government to stand on the “right side of history.” Speaking during the hour of Canadian Foreign Policy …

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College and University Student Census

At the Office of Tibet in Washington, D.C, we are working to create a census of all the Tibetans studying at colleges and universities in the United States and Canada to better serve our community in North America. We are also hoping to organize conferences, events and workshops with various figures …

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Tibet Lobby Days Canada 2017 Concludes Successfully

Washington DC, June 7, 2017: Canada Tibet Lobby Days 2017 concludes successfully today. Tibetan Canadians across Canada gathered in Ottawa from June 5-7, 2017 and met with their member of parliament and urged them to support and stand up for Tibet. “The situation in Tibet deteriorates with each passing day” …

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Vermont Tibetan Association Elects its 13th New Executive Members

May 26, 2017: Vermont Tibetan Association elected its 13th executive members. They are Mr. Sonam Chophel, President; Tenzin Dolkar Geygong, vice president; Tenzin Waser, Secretary; Kongpo Penpa, Advocate/Public relation; Tenzin Tsepal, Accountant; Tenzin Chokden, Treasure. The Office of Tibet, Washington, DC would like to thank the outgoing members for their …

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