The world of Tibet in stories and news
China's cyber war and Lhasa facelift; Tenzin Jampa on growing up in a boarding school; Unexpected lobbyists in London; and photographer Tenzin Dakpa speaks about his work.
We meet some unexpected lobbyists on Tibet Lobby Day at the Houses of Parliament in the United Kingdom.
Tenzin Jampa from Boston remembers what it was like in Tibetan boarding school, having no money...
More self immolations, a "facelift" for Lhasa and what China's cyber-hacking scandal means for you.
The Tibet Connection radio program is seeking fresh voices from young Tibetans for a new segment entitled, From Where I Sit.
How the mobile phone is dominating the way young Tibetan men and women connect
Posted in Features, Highlighted, The Exile Files
A young Tibetan self-immolates during a public rally in New Delhi
Posted in Features, Highlighted, News
Trying to make sense of a traveling exhibition of Buddhist relics
Posted in Highlighted, Open Mind
Cases of Tibetans sacrificing themselves in fiery protest are becoming more and more frequent
Posted in Analysis, News
A nun and prison activist talks about Buddhism behind bars
Posted in Open Mind
In our new series, a young Tibetan tries to make sense of sex, gender issues and relationships in his own community
Posted in The Exile Files
The men and women who have set themselves on fire in Tibet since February 2009.
Posted in Features
Sonam Brauen and daughter Yangzom Brauen discuss Across Many Mountains, Sonam's story of escape from Tibet.
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