HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA EAGER TO VISIT EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED AREA
April 17, 2010
As I mentioned briefly soon after I heard the news, I was deeply saddened by the effects of the devastating earthquake in the Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (Tibetan: Kyigudo) of Qinghai Province which...
The Kashag's Statement on the 21st Anniversary of the Conferment of the Nobel Peace Prize on His Holiness the Dalai Lama
December 10, 2010
On this occasion of the twenty-first anniversary of the conferment of the Nobel Peace Prize on His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the Kashag, on behalf of the Tibetan people in and outside Tibet, would like to pay our utmost respect and greetings to His Holiness....
STATEMENT OF LODI GYARI CONCERNING THE DIALOGUE PROCESS WITH CHINA
December 11, 2009
My attention has been drawn to an interview published in the Chinese media by Executive Vice Minister Zhu Weiqun of the Central United Front Work Department of the Chinese Communist Party on December 8, 2009 concerning our dialogue process...
COUNTERPOINT: STUNNING BOOK SPEAKS VOLUMES ABOUT THE RAVAGES VISITED ON TIBET
Dec. 29, 2009
By Roger Pulvers
The Japan Times
Ten years ago, near the end of 1999, the Chinese author Wang Lixiong received a package from a young woman of Tibetan origin named Tsering Woeser. It contained several hundred black-and-white negatives.
"The negatives are of pictures taken by my father, who died in 1991," she wrote in an accompanying letter. "They are of Tibet during the Cultural Revolution. I am aware of how extremely important they are, but I have no idea what use to make of them. I have never met you, but I have read what you have written about Tibet, and I present you with these negatives in the belief that you might be able to make some effective use of them."