The executive director of Student for Free Tibet, Tenzin Dorjee in a recent article in the HuffPost has pointed out 5 reasons for stopping Donald Trump’s policy of cancelling US’s Aid to Tibet. Tenzin Dorjee’s 5 reasons to stop Trump cutting Tibet AID lists out very convincing and relevant points which the world, especially US should read!Read more
Ransomware is a type of malicious software that carries out an attack on a computing system that blocks access to data stored in the system until a ransom is paid according to the instruction displayed by the attack. This attack is carried out by making the user to download a malicious software to a device in the network. The hackers launch the attack following the download and it locks all the files it can find within the network of the device.Read more
Skyway to cater to the substantial rise of tourists in the beautiful town Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh India. The hill station in the himalayan ranges will soon get the Skyway connection to ease the vehicular traffic in the region. According to the report in the Tribune, the government has already signed the Sky Way corporation to start the project.Read more
Chinese messaging app WeChat blocked in Russia according to a report in South China Morning Post on Friday. The Roskomnadzor, Russian telecoms watchdog has listed the Chinese social media giant in the prohibited sites in their website on Friday.
WeChat, with nearly 900 million users worldwide, is the latest chat and messaging platform to be blocked by Moscow’s communications and media regulator.
Some of these students even labeled the Dalai Lama as a rapist, a terrorist, and a separatist among other labels. Others claimed that slavery and tyranny were rampant in Tibet prior to the arrival of the Chinese. Regardless of how one looks at these claims, it is important to examine them in order to discover if there is any semblance of truth to these claims. In this essay, I will disprove all these claims and show how China is unjustifiably occupying Tibet and is in violation of numerous basic human rights.Read more
A second generation Tibetan youth in exile revisits the adversities incurred upon Tibetans of his parents generation post the Chinese invasion of Tibet. Rignam Wangkhang, son of first generation exiled Tibetan Tsering Dorjee Wangkhang visits the experience of his father’s escape into exile and the hardships endured aftermath the Chinese invasion of Tibet.Read more
Rivers have been the cradle of civilization. Indus valley civilization developed in the Indus valley and Chinese civilization developed in the fertile valley of Huang Ho. The world has witnessed many disputes related to sharing of water in recent times. Indus water sharing treaty between India and Pakistan is an apt example of that. The problem is being compounded by the climate change. Water scarcity will be a major issue by the middle of this century.Read more
Popular social media platform Pinterest has been banned in China. The image sharing site where users share and pin interesting items on a virtual board was included in the list of banned sites after the Chinese government started viewing it as a possible threat which might cause instability.Read more
Tibetan girl wins bronze in Thai Boxing Championship in Thailand. A Tibetan girl representing India at “The 2nd International Thai Martial Arts Games And Festival 2017” held between 12th to 22nd March 2017 in Bangkok Thailand has won the Bronze Medal in Thai Boxing Championship.Read more
Students, professors and other folks at Frostburg University, Maryland USA, were given a golden chance to experience and savour a slice of life in Tibet. For five days Tibetan monks lived in the campus with students. The five monks of Drepung Loseling monastery led by Geshe Lobsang Tenzin Negi hosted two workshops, five lectures, and created a sand mandala and people thoroughly enjoyed the elixir of tranquility through their enlightening presence.Read more