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TIBET IN ATLANTIDA – An ancient culture in a centennial celebration

  Atlantida, a summer resort of Uruguayans located just 45 kilometers away from the Uruguay’s capital city, Montevideo, is celebrating this month a centenary of town’s birth in 1911.    As a part of the celebration, the town authorities and a league of civic and other commercial associations of the town …

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Dalai Lama Preaches Forgiveness in Limerick

Limerick, Ireland, 14 April 2011 (RTE News Ireland) – The Dalai Lama has completed his two-day visit to Ireland with an address on ‘The Power of Forgiveness’ at the University of Limerick’s sports arena. Over 3,000 people listened to the Dalai Lama’s address, which lasted for over an-hour-and-a-half. He spoke …

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Chinese Government Imposes Military Blockade in Ngaba, Tibet

New York—On April 11, 2011, Chinese security forces faced off against the Tibetan townspeople of Ngaba County in Sichuan Province, PRC, as the Tibetans blocked all entrances into Ngaba Kirti Monastery to protect the monks from forced removal and holding by the Chinese security forces. Since the self-immolation of the …

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A Tibetan Student Wins Prestigious Truman Scholarship

  Tenzin Seldon, a junior at Stanford University and a first generation Tibetan American, has been announced as one of the winners of the prestigious Truman Scholarship. The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation announced that 60 students from 54 US colleges and universities were selected as 2011 Truman Scholars. The …

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The Final Outcome of the 11th Session of the 14th Tibetan Parliament

  Monday, 28 March 2011 DHARAMSALA, In his message to the 11th Session of the 14th Assembly of the Tibetan People’s Deputies, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, presenting a letter based on sound reason and Tibet’s history and reality, said “… amendments to the Charter on this occasion must conform …

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Representative Meets with Tibetan Communities in San Francisco and Minnesota

New York–On Sunday afternoon on March 13th, Representative Lobsang Nyandak met with the members of the Tibetan Association of Northern California at their new community center in Richmond. President Kaydor Aukatsang introduced Mr. Nyandak to the community and announced a brief Q&A session after the talk. Representative Mr. Nyandak focused …

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Tibet’s Quiet Revolution

  (by Pico Iyer, The New York Review of Books, March 19, 2011) It’s been startling to witness mass demonstrations in countries across the Middle East for freedom from autocracy, while, in the Tibetan community, a die-hard champion of “people power” tries to dethrone himself and his people keep asking …

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How Does the Dalai Lama Change the Tibet Question

  (Bhaskar Roy, Chennai Center for China Studies, March 17, 2011) Although the 14th Dalai Lama has been talking about stepping down from the leadership of the Tibetan Government in Exile for some time, his final decision announced on March 10, did shock his people to an extent, and posed …

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