Tag Archives: Tibetan Culture

  • Expectation from Chithue/Sikyong candidates

    These are some of my ideas for inclusion in the Manifesto of a Chitue or Sikyong candidate, whether written or in thought. ...

  • Mr Penpa Tsering should tender apology to all Bonpos
  • Two-volume modern Tibetan history book launched

    A two-volume work on modern Tibetan history, starting from the British arrival in Tashi Lhunpo in the 1700s till the recent developments in exile including the establishment of the Mustang guerillas' operations, was launched on Saturday. ...

  • First and original Miss Tibet crown has a new owner

    The first and the original crown of the Miss Tibet Pageant has a new owner in Karma Kunsang of Snow Region Enterprises in Majnu ka Tilla. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Let us Tibetans not forget

    Although we Tibetans are a drop in the ocean of all who make up the US population, our political attitudes are swift, robust, and tsunamic. Kudos to that! ...

  • Dhasa Diaries

    The life of Tibetans in exile is torn between the need to preserve a collective past and shape individual futures. The sort of situation where it is useful to have cultural resources that allow perspective and reflection. ...

  • Woekar Chen Why Penpa Tsering would be best Sikyong 2021

    These are some accounts of the contributions and accomplishments of Penpa Tsering in the past, which give indisputable evidence of his ability to lead us in the future. ...

  • Kelsang Tsering Why not Dongchung Ngodup for Sikyong 2021?

    We need a leader who has a strong moral stand and integrity in this troubled world. We need a leader whose loyalty to the Tibetan nation and Tibetan people is insurmountable and unquestionable. ...

  • First openly transgender Tibetan and LGBT icon Tenzin Mariko

    India-based former Buddhist monk Tenzin Mariko is now a model, dancer, make-up artist and Instagram star after coming out in 2015. Once ostracised, today she is recognised and supported by the two biggest exile Tibetan organisations. ...

  • Introducing the Tibetan people to the world: 1975

    These are all people without a country, yet I believe these stateless people will one day save our Human Race. ...