Category Archives: Features
Obituary: Lodi Gyari — An extra ordinary Tibetan
19 November 2018 | Vijay Kranti
There have been very few career diplomats with as clear an understanding of Capitol Hill or as much personal access as Lodi commanded as an individual 'representative' of 'no government'. ...
Connected to the Karmapa
10 September 2018 | DC Tibetan Book Club
The DC Tibetan Book Club read Interconnected: Embracing Life on a Global Society, and invited its author, the 17th Karmapa, to their discussion. ...
The spirit of Little Tibet
17 March 2018 | Vir Sanghvi
He may be one of the world’s most admired people, but a trip to Dharamshala reveals a playful side to the Dalai Lama. ...
Tibetan chef promotes Tibet through momos in Washington DC
9 March 2018 | Maura Judkis
Tibetan Chef Dorjee Tsering, with his Dorjee Momo, a Tibetan restaurant in Washington DC, is helping to satisfy his new city's need for not only Tibetan food, but also community. ...
On a journey of self-discovery: Norbu Dhondup in Southeast Asia
2 February 2018 | Lobsang Wangyal
Taking time off from his regular life in Toronto, Norbu Dhondup headed to southeast Asia on a spiritual journey. ...
Mountains to Manhattan: A Tibetan journey
21 December 2017 | Lobsang Wangyal
It is amply clear that a free Tibet would be good for India, and the book Mountains to Manhattan will help spread that understanding. Well done Pinakie Kansabanik. ...
What’s left behind: Review of Two More Years
20 November 2017 | Mark Austin
Leave your occupied country and family, for a chance at a better life. Know that in doing so you will see neither again for many years -- if ever. Or stay, a prisoner in your own land. ...
Remembering a true son of Tibet – Tashi Namgyal
9 November 2017 | Chime Tenzing
What my brother wanted to demonstrate by sacrificing his own life is — to appeal the the world and to the UN to help our people and support our struggle. ...
They walk in beauty: A peek at India’s lesser-known pageants
10 September 2017 | Roshni Nair
Did you know there was a Mr & Miss Wheelchair India, a Mrs India Home Makers, and a Miss Himalaya? Meet the winners and organisers of beauty contests you didn’t know existed. ...
Flame of Hope: A film review
23 August 2017 | Tashi Wangchuk
Flame of Hope is a story of a Tibetan family in the face of the ongoing self-sacrifices, and it does not delve into the psyches of the self-immolators. ...