Dharamshala, India: - Situated on Jogiwara road in Dharamshala, north India, the organanisation Gu Chu Sum offers education, housing and support to Tibetan former political prisoners who have escaped from China.
Dharamshala, India: - 35-year-old Rinchen Bom from Amdo, eastern Tibet works at a temporary hire employment center in McLeodganj, Dharamshala. His work varies according to the town's needs - ranging from jewelry-making to masonry painting, cooking, washing dishes, and other small jobs.
Bylakuppe, South India: - 61-year-old Tsering Lhamo lives in the third camp of the Tibetan settlement in Bylakuppe, south India - the largest settlement of its kind. In 1959, aged ten, she came to India with her parents and attended school in Bylakuppe until fourth grade.
London- The education of Tibetan children in exile is of paramount importance to the Tibet cause. Many would deem that teaching children about their homeland, most of whom have never even seen Tibet would be difficult. However, as a shining beacon of hope, the Tibetan community in Woolwich, London (UK) have proved otherwise.
Dharamshala, India: - About halfway down Temple Road in McLeodganj, northern India, with about seven clothes shops on one side and countless street merchants on the other, you can find a small and irresistibly trendy café called Coffee Talk.
North Carolina, US: - One does not see many foreigners at Drepung Loseling Monastery, located at Mundgod Tibetan settlement in the south Indian state of Karnataka. It is a remote place, populated by thousands of maroon-robed monks - monks debating, monks chanting, monks eating chowmein and fried rice, monks drinking chai, and young monks going to school.