US State Adopts Tibetan as Official Minority Language

The Tibetan language has been unanimously adopted as the official language by the Common Council of Madison in the the US state of Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Tibetan Association has announced the news on their official Facebook page on Wednesday after a special meeting with the council.

Read more

Dalai Lama Offered Long Life Prayer by Nuns, Inspired to Continue His Work

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama offered a long life prayer ceremony by the nuns from all five sects of Tibetan Buddhism on Thursday morning at the Main Temple, McLeod Ganj. His Holiness told at the ceremony that their dedication and service inspires him to continue his works for many years to come.

Read more

Tibetan Student Holding Flag at US University Event, Chinese Protest

A Tibetan student flying a Tibetan national flag at a US University’s international event was protested by Chinese students citing it as a political behaviour. The campus incident of the students at the US university got into controversy over the misunderstanding by Chinese students according to a campus report.

Read more

Hope China will Accept Dialogue Says Lobsang Sangay

The Tibetan political leader Dr. Lobsang Sangay has told that he hopes China will accept dialogue as the only way to resolve the Tibet issue peacefully. The President of Central Tibetan Administration spoke his optimism for a peaceful resolution while launching the sixtieth year into exile in March 2018.

Read more