The world of Tibet in stories and news
How the mobile phone is dominating the way young Tibetan men and women connect
Posted in Features, Highlighted, The Exile Files
The final step for democracy in exile; the latest self-immolation in India; a skeptical tour of Buddhist relics; and part two of our groundbreaking new series, The Exile Files.
Posted in Features, Highlighted, Shows
Bringing you an update on self-immolations; Buddhism behind bars; and a new series by a Tibetan writer
Posted in Shows
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
Sonam Brauen and daughter Yangzom Brauen discuss Across Many Mountains, Sonam's story of escape from Tibet.
Posted in Features
A granddaughter tells her grandmother's and mother's story of their epic journey from Tibet
Posted in Uncategorized
Self-immolations - a report and a tribute; a truckload of Tibet; meditation for busy people and more
Posted in Features, Shows
A Tibetan artist brings 20 tons of Tibet to India, letting exiles set foot on their native soil
Tibetans in exile elect their first lay prime minister
Posted in News
The Kalachakra for World Peace, a new Tibetan leader, a feminist milestone for Tibetan Buddhists and more
The frustrations and fortitude of the new generation of Tibetans in Nepal
The impact of the Dalai Lama's retirement, the frustration and fortitude of Nepal's Tibetans, and the art of translating for a lama
D.N. Chodak, the new Secretary of Religion and Culture for the Tibetan Government-in-Exile would like to broaden Buddhism's appeal for Tibetan schoolkids.
Posted in Open Mind
Why the Dalai Lama matters, art as refuge for Tibetan kids, a musician's Indian sojourn and a wrapup of the news.
A non-profit organization called Art Refuge UK gives a creative outlet to Tibetan kids living in exile. What they are drawing might surprise you.
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