Friday , April 29. 2016

Events

2016 TCV Summer Camp

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Application and Program Information: Click Here For questions please contact: Tenzin Ignyen (212) 213 – 5010 ext 5 otdcoutreach@tibet.net

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2016 Summer Buddhism Retreat at Garrison Institute

Garrison Institute, Summer Buddhism Retreat

We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting our 6th Annual Buddhism Retreat at Garrison Institute in New York. Please save the following date for the retreat: Check-in July 4th and Check-out July 8th. Register online here.  The three-day Buddhism Retreat for University Students (Undergraduate and Graduate) and Young …

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North American Tibetan Election: Final Vote Count

Election

The North American Final Tibetan Election ballots will be counted on Saturday March 26, 2016. The sealed boxes and packages will be unsealed and opened on March 26 in front of the election committee members who will be present in Washington, DC for the counting of the votes. The results …

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Parkdale Gallery hosts first Art for Tibet event

Parkdale Gallery hosts first Art for Tibet event. Brian Harris' Two Nuns Laughing (1989) is one of several pieces up for auction at the Art for Tibet Canada event at Gallery 1313. Courtesy/BRIAN HARRIS

  InsideToronto dot com |Oct 06, 2011 Tenzin Nawang Tekan of Etobicoke was inspired to organize an Art forTibetauction here inTorontoby a similar event she attended while visitingNew York. “It was great. There were lots of people there, they had live painting demonstrations and live music and wine,” Tekan said. …

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Yangzom Brauen discusses about her book ‘Across Many Mountains’

Cover of the book 'Across Many Mountains'

October 13, 2011 – 6:30pm – 8:30pm Asia Society, 725 Park Avenue at 70th Street, New York City Asia Society link http://asiasociety.org/calendars/yangzom-brauen-across-many-mountains A powerful, emotional memoir, Across Many Mountains is an extraordinary portrait of three generations of Tibetan women, whose lives are forever changed when Chairman Mao’s Red Army crushes …

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Visions of Development: Where Have All the Yaks Gone?

Friday, May 20th: 6:00 – 9:00 PM Saturday, May 21st: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM Organizer: Trace Foundation, New York The grasslands are changing. Across the Tibetan Plateau, desertification, biodiversity loss and ecological relocations are dramatically altering the landscape, and reshaping Tibetan society. What’s happening on the grasslands today poses …

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