Dharamshala: Two times a week James Yueyuan Zhue is in direct contact with 4,000 Chinese readers through e-mail, he speaks about democracy and human rights and in the couple of years he has spoken about the Tibet issue.  He is a part of a delegation of six Chinese writers who have spent the past week in Dharamshala, yesterday the writers had a 3 hour conversation with His Holiness the Dalia Lama during which they spoke about Tibet China relations and the future of Tibet.  Chinese writer, Mr.  Zhue said, he treated us like brothers, he is a great person and his thoughts are deeper than everyone’s.

Taipei: This year is the 50th anniversary of Tibetan national uprising. In July, Taiwan's extreme-metal superstars Chthonic is also known about faith will be held a concert for Tibet and Tiananmen massacre at the busy shopping district and the free concert on Tibet which named "Tibet, a global heat wave." Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has been invited to the concert.

Dharamshala: Australian politicians are joining the ranks of foreign government who go against China’s rhetoric that Tibet is part of China.  Next month the first ever delegation Australian parliament members will meet with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, other high level officials from Tibetan government in exile and be with the holy man when he celebrates is 74th birthday on July 6.

Paris: Tibet's spiritual His Holiness the Dalai Lama spoke to reporters on 6 June that a "death sentence" on Tibet by Chinese authorities, as he arrived in Paris for a visit that has once again made his best efforts for Tibetan cause and Chinese democrat movement. The Tibetan spiritual leader is also to be named an honorary citizen of the French capital despite warnings from the Chinese government.

Dharamshala: His Holiness the Dalai Lama returns from Europe yesterday with an honorary citizenship from French capital Paris.  He has been honored in this way in cities and countries thought the western world, but the holy man remains a refugee of his own country.  The Chinese government government expressed distant for the honors given to the stateless monk.  Actions and statements made by both sides suggest a stalemate in the negotiation process.

Paris: Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama was officially made an honorary citizen of Paris on 7 June, despite fierce opposition from Chinese government. "I receive this distinction as a human being to defend human values, peace and non-violence," His Holiness said as he accepted the title.

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