Category Archives: Interviews

  • Dialogue: Combining the spiritual and political

    A former Representative of HH the Dalai Lama in New York and Washington, Tenzin Tethong was instrumental in initiating many key Tibetan organizations in the United States. He has also been Prime Minister of the Central Tibetan Administration. ...

  • Politically, India could have done more: Lobsang Sangay

    Tibetan prime minister (in exile) Lobsang Sangay, in an exclusive interview to DNA, speaks candidly on how changes in India and China's stances on the Tibet issue can contribute to peace in the region. ...

  • Meet Techung, the man who opens for the Dalai Lama

    Tibetan singer and multi-instrumentalist Techung has opened for the Dalai Lama before in Japan, Costa Rica and the US, and will open again on 18 May for a speech the Tibetan leader will make in New Orleans. ...

  • CTSA schools transfer to CTA: Interview with DoE Secretary

    An interview with secretary of the DoE Ngodup Tsering regarding the handover of the schools run by CTSA to the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) in 2013. ...

  • Your Call with Dalai Lama

    On Your Call, Dalai Lama takes on some questions from across the country, including one from Narayana Murthy of Infosys. This is the full transcript of the interview. ...

  • Tibetan leader holds hope China can learn from Canada

    China should look at Canada's example to allay its fears of Tibetan aspirations for freedom, the head of the Tibetan government-in-exile says. ...

  • China must learn to be rational

    Prime Minister of the Tibetan Government-in-Exile Lobsang Sangay believes the faith and determination of Tibetans who are fighting for their rights in the face of Beijing’s might, will eventually triumph. ...

  • I support Tibetan effort for independence and freedom: Harry Wu

    Harry Wu says that the Tibetan movement is still alive and strong and he supports their effort for independence and freedom. ...

  • That… peace be in the world: Lobsang Sangay

    I fought for the post of Kalon Tripa. I knew that the job will be difficult and I have to do it and I am doing the best I can. ...

  • The Tibetans who fought the 1971 war

    Now 84, Ratuk Ngawang tells Claude Arpi about the role the secret Tibetan regiment, known as the Special Frontier Forces, played in the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. ...