Animated Version Of Classic Tibetan Fable Released

Animated version of classic Tibetan fable was released by the Department of Education from Central Tibetan Administration on Wednesday. This is the first ever animated film by the Tibetan administration on the all time Tibetan favourite fable and this is an effort from the department to preserve and promote the Tibetan language and tradition.

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Detained Tibetan Contested Right To Keep Dalai Lama Picture In Tibet

A detained Tibetan contested right to keep Dalai Lama picture in Tibet. The Tibetan youth living in northwest China’s Qinghai province was held by police for two weeks for the having kept the photo of exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The young Tibetan is reported to have defended his right to possess the picture of his spiritual leader.

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Dalai Lama’s Health Is In Excellent Condition

His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived in the Rochester city on Tuesday and has been staying at the Mayo Clinic for the last two days to get his annual medical check up done. According to the official report of Central Tibetan Administration, the doctors has reported that the Dalai Lama’s health is in excellent condition and there is nothing to be worried about from the medical check up.

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Dalai Lama Arrived To Mayo Clinic For Health Check Up

The Tibetan Spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived in Mayo Clinic for health check up on Tuesday. This check up is a part of his routine annual health check up at the clinic. His Holiness landed in Rochester city as a part of his 17 day visit to the United States of America after he left from his exile home in Dharamsala on 11 June. This visit is marked by the much protested, commencement speech at the UCSD by the Chinese students.

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China’s Pink Hearts Can Not Conceal Human Rights Suppression In Tibet

The Human Rights Watch China director has published an opinion piece in their official website explaining China’s latest campaign. The latest campaign aims to demand political loyalty through gentle terms such as the one shown in the picture above, China’s pink hearts to conceal its brutal human rights suppression in Tibet and other regions under China.

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If You Love Me, Don’t Let Me Die Sadly: Dalai Lama To Tibetan Youths

During the conclusion of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s teachings for Tibetan youths, he asked the young participants that ‘if you love me, don’t me die sadly’ on Wednesday at the Thekchen Chöling, Dharamsala. The three days teachings for the Tibetan youths was held from 5th June to 7th June this year and it was attended by students from across the world.

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Karmapa Promised To Return To Tibet Soon In 1999

In a recent public disclosure His Holiness the 17th Karmapa promised to return to Tibet soon in 1999 when he fled into exile from Tibet. The Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorjee said in a public gathering in Canada that he had written a secret note that if he could be of beneficial to Tibet, he would return to Tibet soon.

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Dalai Lama Will Attend Conference In Africa In August

Dalai Lama scheduled to attend a special conference in African nation, the Republic of Botswana in August this year. His Holiness is schedule to participate in a three day conference in Botswana which will be presided over by His Excellency the President, Lieutenant General Seretse Khama Ian Khama, also attended by many eminent African leaders.

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Miss Tenzin Paldon Crowned 2017 Miss Tibet

Tenzin Paldon, 21 from Kollegal Tibetan settlement in South India has been crowned as the 2017 Miss Tibet yesterday. This year’s version of the Miss Tibet contest was participated by nine young contestants hailing from across the world. During the finale event yesterday, the pageant director, Mr. Lobsang Wangyal announce Tenzin Paldon as the winner of the title.

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Dalai Lama Will Be In Ladakh For More Than A Month From June 28

Dalai Lama will be in Ladakh for more than a month from June 28 this year. The Tibetan spiritual leader, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama will be visiting Ladakh for a month and a half’s time and he will be staying at Shewatsal Phodrang. His Holiness is scheduled to visit Nubra and Zanskar besides other places in Ladakh during the trip.

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