Once Owned by the Rich in China, Tibetan Mastiffs Now Abandoned 

The wily Tibetan mastiffs, known all over the world for its burly size and lion-like mane, was an instant hit among the wealthiest in Chinese society. However, the very factor which made them famous as pets, is now being considered increasingly dangerous. Due to this reason, they are now being abandoned by their masters.

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Leading Hotel Chain Listed Tibet As A Country, Chinese Issue Boycott Threat

A leading hotel chain has been forced to issue an apology statement after Chinese netizens issued boycott threats for listing Tibet along with Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan as countries in a survey it distributed with their members. The international leading hotel chain was forced to take the survey form down after the netizens campaigned against it.

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Dalai Lama Leaves For Two Day Visit To Pune

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama leaves from Bodh Gaya for a two day visit to Pune this morning. His Holiness is visiting the Indian city in Maharastra state to make an inaugural address at the 2nd National Teachers Congress scheduled to take place on Wednesday at MIT World Peace University campus.

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Dr. Sangay Meets New Himachal CM Jairam Thakur

President of Central Tibetan Administration, Dr. Lobsang Sangay called on the new Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh Shri Jairam Thakur at the circuit house in Dharamshala today. Dr. Sangay made this visit to meet the new CM of host state of Central Tibetan Administration as courtesy call according to the official report.

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China Pressurized Former Kalon Paljor Tsering’s Book Launch

Nature of All Things, the book of former Kalon Chope Paljor Tsering’s life story which was launched at Sri Lanka’s University of Sri Jayewardenepura last month faced a strong dissent from China. According to the report in Radio Free Asia, China has put its pressure against the book launch that took at the University in Sri Lanka.

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