Category Archives: Interviews
John Whalen-Bridge speaks on his book “Tibet on Fire”
30 September 2016 | Lobsang Wangyal
What can you do, how can you make the message, defeat the Chinese money-power-cultural-censorship? Write about these things, make movies, make music, with the highest quality, so it endures. ...
Sino-Tibet dialogue: Interview with ex-envoy Kelsang Gyaltsen
15 September 2016 | Lobsang Wangyal
In these meetings, there has never been a time where I thought that on the other side of the table are people with real, sound views and sound positions, and who I felt any respect from. ...
Samdhong Rinpoche speaks on elections and citizenship
23 August 2016 | Lobsang Wangyal
Former Kalon Tripa Samdhong Rinpoche speaks candidly about the Tibetan election process, involvement of oracles and religious sects in the political process, and Tibetans getting Indian citizenship. ...
Majority of members not asking for change in stance: TYC President
20 April 2016 | Lobsang Wangyal
Out of eighty-eight chapters of the Tibetan Youth Congress, only eight want the organisation to change its political stand. That’s not a majority. ...
Vijay Kranti speaks about his photos documenting Tibetan exile life
16 April 2016 | Lobsang Wangyal
It's not one way. Tibet contributed something great to me. Professionally I got a wonderful subject to study, to write about, to think about, to work for. ...
To wish the whole world a better place — Tilasmi Frigge
24 February 2016 | Lobsang Wangyal
Many people will start to carry the atmosphere of Tibet, and out of that you will win the world. ...
No credit for my contributions, says Tsering Lhundup
27 November 2015
Tibetan-American Tsering Lhundup is one of the few Tibetan real estate agents in the United States, and has made strong contributions to the Tibetan community there. ...
Grammy for Good Luck: Interview with Techung
15 November 2015
Techung is aiming for a Grammy next year for his latest album Tashi Sho: Good Luck, Good Life, that will be launched worldwide in January. ...
Election answers; democracy questions
29 July 2015 | Lobsang Wangyal
The process of elections have always raised questions about Tibetan democracy, especially the two most fundamental and driving principles – freedom and equality. ...
Dalai Lama: ‘Hope for the best – prepare for the worst’
26 August 2014
On the sidelines of his visit to Hamburg, the Dalai Lama talked exclusively to Deutsche Welle about his optimism for Tibet, the situation in Iraq and Syria, and the growing number of Tibetan Buddhists in China. ...