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Dharamshala, India — The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) observed a prayer service to mourn the death of Shurmo, a young and promising Tibetan who passed away five years ago due to self-immolation. He along with many Tibetans were protesting against China’s repressive policies in their home, Tibet. The news of self-immolation was heavily censored and remained a secret for the past five years until last week when it was smuggled out of Tibet into the free world.

New York, USA – “China had an appalling year for human rights in 2020,” said Human Rights Watch (HRW). Chinese Government’s ‘authoritarianism’ came into limelight during the year 2020, especially after the Coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. On 13 th January 2021.

Geneva, Switzerland — “China is a threat for the entire humanity to live in peace,” said Ms Liz, a supporter of Tibet, at the Tibet Solidarity Movement while outlining the damages China was doing to humans and to the entire world. The Tibet Solidarity Movement led by five Tibetan families marked the 108th time to demonstrate In front of the UN Building in Geneva on January 13, 2021.

Dharamshala, India — The last surviving personal bodyguard of His Holiness the Dalai Lama passed away at the age of 83. He died peacefully surrounded by his family members in Minnesota, United States on December 27, 2020.

London — Tibet Campaigners hail “long-awaited victory for press freedoms” as Wall Street Journal and Australia media ditch their partnerships with Chinese State-run media.

Dharamshala, India — ”We will continue the fight for the release of the 11th Panchen Lama and other Tibetan political prisoners confined by Communist regime of China”, says Tsering Tsomo, director of Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) at a press conference for the release of the Tibetan translated reports of the missing 11th Panchen Lama. The report is being released on the eve of Human Rights Day in Norbu House, Dharamshala on December 9, 2020. Affirming the spirit of TCRD to continue its fight for truth and face the Communist China until Panchen Lama and other Tibetan political prisoners are freed.

Dharamshala, India— An exhibition titled "Inside and Outside" opens in Taiwan and brings the art about different forms of Human Rights issues from December 5 to December 26, 2020. Through the discussions of borders to connect and materialise a reconciliation with broken self in the modern society by the artists part of the exhibition.

Dharamshala, India — An impressive conversation with Ngawang Jorgyal, a teacher at Gaden Monastery. He teaches mathematics and Science to different categories of students. He shares with Tibet Post International(TPI) his passion for teaching and his journey in becoming a teacher. He also touches important themes like roles of teachers and parents in a child’s life. The importance of students' current education for the Tibet cause.

Dharamshala, India — When outlining his main commitments, His Holiness the Dalai Lama said he feels a strong need to speak up for the protection of ecology of Tibet, not just for the benefit of the people of Tibet, but also on behalf of all those across Asia who depend on rivers that rise in Tibet for their water.

A Tibetan girl who lost her parents and brother while fleeing during the 1959 uprising, but later returned to establish the first private orphanage in Tibet has died in Switzerland from COVID-19. Over a period of 25 years, the mother of two birth sons provided care and protection for 300 youngsters in orphanages and centres for the children of nomadic herders.

Dharamshala, India — While commemorating the occasion of the 50th World Earth Day, His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet issued a message of compassion but also a call for a genuine sense of universal responsibility as one humanity.

Dharamshala, India — Men-Tsee-Khang, an organisation established to preserve the traditional arts of Tibetan medicine and astrology has signed an agreement with Manipur International University (MIU) that will provide the medical institute a land of 2,500 acres to establish a Center, in imphal collaborative to preserve, protect, promote and propagate Sowa-Rigpa.

Dharamshala, India—Cinema is arguably the most powerful medium to tell stories, especially in a society that faces social, cultural and political obstacles. Films are a great way to communicate the reality of the Tibetan way of life, something the world knows so little about. Due to censorship, there is a wide gap of knowledge of Tibet’s rich history and culture in other parts of the world but films have begun to change that.

Minnesota, USA — A significant interview with Jampa T Ritzekura, who was suffering from mental health problems and overcame with the help of Mingyur Rinpoche’s breathing meditation and teachings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. “If I can overcome my mental illness so can you. So never lose Hope and don’t give up whatever struggles you are going through in your own life”, said Jampa.

Dharamshala, India — An exclusive interview with three students from prestigious and esteemed universities of India. They shared their perceptions and insights towards Tibet and touched upon important themes like Indo - Tibet Border, importance of Tibet for India's security, the Panchsheel treaty, and Tibet Issue with Tibet Post International (TPI).

An exclusive interview with Topden, a young Tibetan teacher at Upper Tibetan Children's Village School (TCV). He shares with Tibet Post International(TPI) how it feels to be a teacher being a student his whole life. He also talks about the importance of one’s mother tongue. His hopes for his students as a teacher.

An exclusive interview with Sonam Tsering, general secretary of Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC). He shares his experiences of escaping towards India as a young child. His hopes of returning and longing for home in Tibet. He portrays his ideas and feelings of home, life in exile, the struggling Tibet cause and many more themes through numerous poems and writings on his blog 'silent songs of sonsnow'. He also talks about what it feels like to live in a free country as an unfree man.

Dharamshala, India — A significant interview with Tenzin Dhondup, a Tibetan youth who is on a solo peace march for Tibet from Dharamshala to Nathula, Sikkim covering over 2,100 kilometres in a span of 90 days. He shares with Tibet Post International (TPI), his subsequent three demands of the freedom march. He strongly voices that India shares its border with Tibet historically not China.

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Taipei — U.S. Ambassador to India, Kenneth I. Juster has strongly praised His Holiness the Dalai Lama over his tireless efforts to seek freedom for Tibetans, preserve the Tibetan culture, and bring an end to strife and hostility around the world.

Dharamshala, India '— My main concern is to see a happy world but in order to be happy, we need ‘ahimsa’ and ‘karuna’, non-violence, and compassion. Compassion brings us inner peace, inner strength, and to be truly non-violent we need to be compassionate,' said His Holiness the Dalai Lama while speaking on Secular Ethics in Modern Education to members of Mind Mingle by video link from his residence in Dharamsala, India on August 25, 2020.

Dharamshala —  Emphasising the crucial role in seriously making our world more peaceful and harmonious, His Holiness the Dalai Lama said, all sentient beings want to lead a happy life and a happy life means a peaceful life. Because we as social animals depend on the community in which we live and we depend on the care and affection of others to survive from the moment we’re born. This is nothing to do with religious practice, it’s simply natural behaviour.

Dharamshala, India — World Humanitarian Drive and APJ Abdul Kalam International Foundation hosted a Global webinar session “Liveable Planet Earth – Working Together for a Peaceful World” on October 15, 2020.