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Tibetans severely beaten and held for opposing rampant mining
Tibetan Review  |  Tuesday, Feb 15, 2011  |  2 Comments
Tibetans severely beaten and held for opposing rampant mining

TibetanReview.net, Feb13, 2011 | Many Tibetans, including the abbot of a local monastery, had been severely beaten and held for protesting against the carrying out of rampant mining work at Tamo township in Shethongmon (Chinese: …

བདེན་དོན་འཚོལ་བ།
Shingza Rinpoche  |  Saturday, Feb 12, 2011  |  No Comment

མྱི་ལོ་བཅུ་བཞི་ལྷག་གི་རིང་བཙན་བྱོལ་གྱི་གནས་འདི་ནས་ཁེར་རྐྱང་གི་འཚོལ་སྙེག་དང་རེ་འབོད་བྱས་པ་ནི་ཉིན་གཅིག་སྐད་ཅིག་ཙམ་ག་ལ་ཡིན། ལྷག་དོན་བདག་གི་སེམས་ཀྱི་གཏམ་རྒྱུད་དང་འདྲ་བའི་གནས་ལུགས་སྐྱུར་མོ་དག་ས་རྡོ་རི་བྲག་ནས་བབས་ཏེ་འོང་པ་ཞིག་མ་ཡིན་པར་དམར་པོ་ཁྲག་དང་བདེན་དོན་ལ་གྲི་ཤན་བྱེད་པའི་དངོས་མཐོང་གི་བརྒྱུད་རིམ་དེ་ནས་འོངས་པའི་འདས་བྱས་ཡིན་ཐལ།  སྔོན་གྱི་ཚེ་བདག་ཅག་གི་མེས་པོ་ཚོས་མཐའ་ཡི་རྒྱ་མཚོའི་རྦ་རླབས་ཚད་ཤིང་གིས་འཇལ་མ་མྱོང་ཡང་བོད་མཐོ་སྒང་གི་ཡུལ་ནས་རྒྱ་གར་འཕགས་པའི་

Two Tibetans jailed in Kanlho, boy severely tortured
Tibetan Review  |  Saturday, Feb 12, 2011  |  No Comment
Two Tibetans jailed in Kanlho, boy severely tortured

TibetanReview.net, 11 Feb 2011 | Two Tibetans, including a teenager, had been jailed in Kanlho (Chinese: Gannan) Prefecture of Gansu Province in November 2010 in connection with different incidents of protests against Chinese rule in …

Tashi Dhondup, a popular Tibetan musician is free!
Students for a Free Tibet  |  Friday, Feb 11, 2011  |  No Comment
Tashi Dhondup, a popular Tibetan musician is free!

We’re excited to share with you news that Tashi Dhondup has been released after serving most of his 15-month prison sentence.

He was detained at gunpoint in December 2009 and accused of “composing subversive songs” following …

In Defence of Tibetan Cooking (part I)
Jamyang Norbu  |  Tuesday, Feb 8, 2011  |  8 Comments
In Defence of Tibetan Cooking (part I)

In some of his public talks, His Holiness makes a joking observation of how Tibetans are so sharp (dungu) that they took the best of all religions from India, the warmest of clothes from Mongolia, …

“I will not close my eyes even in death”
Bhuchung D. Sonam  |  Saturday, Feb 5, 2011  |  One Comment
“I will not close my eyes even in death”

(Note: This is the abridged translation of the texts of the video appeal by the arrested Tibetan monk Kalsang Tsultim or Gyitsang Takmik. His book Miyul La Phulwai Sempa (roughly translated as: Offering My Mind …

Not The Buddha’s Middle Way
Jamyang Norbu  |  Tuesday, Feb 1, 2011  |  7 Comments

You might not agree with His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s decision to give up the fundamental national goal of Tibetan independence, but you have to admit that whoever was put in charge of branding and …

Vital Lessons from Urgent Times
Bhuchung D. Sonam  |  Monday, Jan 31, 2011  |  One Comment
Vital Lessons from Urgent Times

As I write this the long and apparently tech-savvy hands of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are busy making sure that no news of the great mass uprisings taking place around the world gets through …

Why Not Indian Tibetans?
Tenpa Gashi  |  Sunday, Jan 30, 2011  |  2 Comments
Why Not Indian Tibetans?

Even before this legal battle was waged and won by one of our own (I would like to call it a watershed moment), Namgyal Dolkar Lhagyari, I have had numerous discussions on this very subject …

Rethinking Katri – A Legal Battle?
Palden Gyal  |  Wednesday, Jan 26, 2011  |  2 Comments
Rethinking Katri – A Legal Battle?

The concept of democracy in exiled Tibetan community is as old as the history of exile itself. The parliamentary model of exile government is based on the principle of the “balance of power” that in …