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Tibetan Chamber of Commerce Member Hails British Support For Tibet

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.

Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 18:58
 
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Tibetan Refugee Settlement In Uttarakhand State Calls for Help

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. Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 July 2012 16:24
 
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Interview with Tenzin Jamyang, Director of Rogpa Charitable Trust

Dharamshala: "I want to inspire people. I want people to see that nothing is impossible. " says Jamyang, the director of Rogpa Charitable Trust. In 2004, he and his wife had set up Rogpa by initially starting a free baby care centre for Tibetans in Mcleodganj. At first, they took in six babies who had both working parents.

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 June 2012 12:58
 
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Tibetan Grads Prep for Success

Dharamsala: A college orientation program sponsored by the Department of Environment today will prepare roughly 130 Tibetan 12th graduate students for the next phase of their educational success.

Last Updated on Saturday, 05 May 2012 15:44
 
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“My Dogs are My Family” A Tibetan Refugee Woman Tells Her Story

Dharamshala: - It is easy to spot Ms. Sonam as she walks through the streets of Mcleod Ganj; she's the one with pack of dogs surrounding her every step. For the longtime Dharamshala resident, these constant companions ranging in shape and size have replaced human connections long-since lost. Last Updated on Friday, 04 May 2012 18:22
 

International Collaboration Saves the Memories of Tibet’s Elders

Dharamshala: - March 30, 2012 - The Tibet Oral History Project and Memoro-The Bank of Memories are working together to share the unique culture and history of Tibet with the world.
 

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