In The Spotlight
Dharamshala — A presentation on pre 1949 China and Tibet was given by Professor Hon Shiang Lau on April 21, showing that Tibet was never part of China through historical documents of Ming and Qing dynasties.
Delhi — Tibetan political scientist Dawa Norbu's memorial lecture was held at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and organized by Tibet Forum JNU.
Varanasi, India — A cultural program titled ‘India and Tibet’ was held on Friday March 9 in the Performing Arts Faculty’s Auditorium of Banaras Hindu University.
Deputy Speaker of Tibetan Parliament in Exile Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok yesterday launched a book of interviews with exiled Tibetan women writers and their works titled “Women who hold the book” at the Tibet Post International office in Mcleod Ganj.
Dharamshala — Every December since 2000, a group of 10-20 students from The University of Denver come to Dharamshala to experience first hand the city's unique learning opportunities with hopes of achieving a greater good. With their presence and energy, the students strive to learn and show support to the Tibetan population in exile to increase international attention to the Tibetan cause.
Dharamshala — HLT is publishing a new Tibetan language book titled "The Future of Tibetan Language" in 2018 which will focus on Tibetan language. This book will consist of interviews with over 40 Tibetan writers both inside and outside Tibet. It will focus on the Tibetan language and its importance in today's world.
Dharamshala — If you are an avid reader of anything that is Tibetan, then, you might be interested in buying a newly released Tibetan memoir book: Two More Years.
Dharamshala — A new book focused on a Tibetan female protagonist and based on the story of Tibetans in exile, Mountains to Manhattan by Pinakie Kansabanik, is a refreshing breath of general accuracy regarding the Tibetan experience in diaspora.
Bylakuppe In Focus: Part 6
In a series of special features, TPI journalist Tashi Choekyi reports from India's largest Tibetan settlement, Bylakuppe, in the southern state of Karnataka, India.