Sunday, October 22 2017

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  Organized by Trace Foundation and Latse Library Join us as we celebrate the publication of the most recent work by one of Tibet’s most influential poets, Jangbu (Dorjicering Chenaktsang), and catch a sneak preview of his upcoming documentary Yartsa. The Nine-Eyed Agate: Poems and Stories (Lexington, 2010) features English …

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A Tibetan American Professor wins Fulbright Research Award

Nawang Phuntsog, an associate professor of education at California State University at Fullerton, has won a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar Award to India for the year 2011-2012. As a Fulbright Research Scholar, Prof. Phuntsog will conduct research to explore the challenges associated with an abrupt shift in the medium of …

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Tibetans Elect Dr Lobsang Sangay as Kalon Tripa

A 43-year-old senior fellow of Harvard Law School has been elected Kalon Tripa of the Central Tibetan Administration. DHARAMSHALA: Dr Lobsang Sangay won 27,051 votes (55 percent) in the final round of polling held on 20 March. Out of 83,990 registered voters, 49,184 cast their ballots. The other two candidates …

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Message of compassion strikes a chord

MIND MOVES: Visit by Dalai Lama was an inspiration to us all, writes TONY BATES Tony Bates, The Irish Times, Tuesday, April 26, 2011 HE CAME, he bowed and he conquered us with his smile. His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. His presence inspired us and touched something deeply human in …

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Obituary: Tashi Choedar la, a veteran patriot and former CTA official

DHARAMSHALA: The Central Tibetan Administration mourned the sad of demise of Mr Tashi Choedar, a veteran patriot in the resistance movement against communist China’s invasion, who later dedicated over 40 years of his life for the Tibetan cause in exile. Mr Choedar was born to Drenya Jhara family in Lhoka …

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