Dhartamshala: - A newly founded "Tibetan Social Service" (TSS) said, hoping to provide a social service or needed social assistance to the community in exile, particularly poor and elderly people, and its programmes will take aim at promoting both social and political awareness among the youth of Tibet and their future education skills.

London, 18 July 2012: During a private UK visit, Thupten Jampa, Joint Secretary of the Tibetan Chamber of Commerce (TCC), paid a courtesy call to the offices of Tibet Society and Tibet Relief Fund in north London on Monday, 16th July.

Dharamshala: Tibetan monk, Tashi Khenpo, has recently published his book Invisible Angel. Tashi Khenpo was born in 1977, in Kham, a district of Dzachukha (Ganzi shiqu County). He spent his childhood grazing, digging for ginseng and caterpillar fungus to help make ends meat.

Dharamshala:According to a recently published report by Radio Free Asia(RFA), China has recorded a major jump in the number of cases related to trafficking of Tibetan women and children since 2011.

Dharamshala: - As an important strategy of The Tibet Post International (TPI), we are trying to focus on the basic problems facing by people living in Tibetan refugee settlements across India, past two years TPI staff writers have visited three major settlements; Mundgod, Bylakuppe and Hunsur in Karnataka State, South India, and managed to cover many difficulty issues of those the settlements.

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