Dharamshala — A Tibetan Buddhist monk currently living in Dharamshala, India asked to be treated in anonymity as he wants to return to his hometown and reunite with his family. Any public appearance against the Chinese rule would pose risks to his plans and danger to his family. For the safety of his family, TPI will be referring to him as Sonam.
Dharamshala — "The rehabilitation is of topmost priority for the home ministry right now," said Sonam Topgyal Khorlatsang, Kalon or minister of the Department of Home, Central Tibetan Administration during an Exclusive Interview with the Tibet Post International (TPI). Mr Topgyal was kind enough to spare some time to answer a few questions the TPI had for him.
Dharamshala — "As Sikyong, I open my doors to everybody. I don't think anyone should say that I didn't get to see the Sikyong because of ideological reasons," said Dr Lobsang Sangay, Dr Lobsang Sangay as Tibet's democratically elected political leader during an Exclusive Interview with the Tibet Post International (TPI). Dr Sangay, the current Sikyong of the Central Tibetan Administration, completed its five-year term in April 2016.