Monthly Archives: February 2017

  • US denies visa to Tibetan women’s football team

    Though invited by former English football player and manager Gordon Harold Jago to the Dallas Cup, "US Embassy rejected our visa stating that we don’t have any strong reason to go there." ...

  • Laden Tshering Samdup Bob Dylan and the Tibetans

    Now would have been an appropriate time for the Nobel Academy to give cognizance to Tibetan literature, and to attempt to protect it from the machinations of the Chinese. ...

  • Tibetan artist barred from Macau after Chinese pressure

    Tibetan-born artist Tashi Norbu was scheduled to do a live-painting performance at Lilau Square in Macau on Sunday evening as part of the opening of iAOHiN Amber Gallery. ...

  • Man arrested for ‘spying on Tibetan refugees’ for unnamed foreign power

    "In general ... countries which carry out refugee espionage in Sweden are states which do not like both human rights and freedom of speech," says security chief. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo The sour holes in the Swiss cheese

    By changing their policy towards Tibetan as nationality, Switzerland is now poked with just as many holes as their famed Swiss cheese -- black holes of immorality. ...

  • Tenzin Tsedup Evolving Tibetan community in North America: Challenges and opportunities

    Tibetan Associations and Cultural Centres are central to the preservation of our cultural heritage including identity and language. ...

  • Tibetan religious ritual: The water offering

    The water offering or Yongchap is conducted in the early morning as a token of our selfless devotion to the deities and our gurus. ...

  • China opposes US naval patrols in South China Sea

    Foreign ministers of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) on Tuesday expressed concern over what they see as militarization in the South China Sea. ...

  • Lawyers file contempt petition against MEA regarding Tibetan passport issue

    Lawyers representing Lobsang Wangyal have filed a contempt petition against the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) for not following up on the Delhi High Court order of 22 September 2016. ...

  • India puts record 104 satellites into orbit

    The business of putting commercial satellites into space for a fee is growing as phone, Internet and other companies, as well as countries, seek greater and more high-tech communications. ...