Events & Announcements
Michelle Obama

BEIJING – The U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama called on China Saturday to respect universal rights including freedom of expression and religion, and open access to information.  Her week-long trip, focused on education, embraces pandas, ping-pong and people-to-people diplomacy, but she … Continue reading

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BEIJING – Among all the superlatives and breathless praise visitors lavish on Tibet, few involve its largely forgettable food. In a tough climate, on the roof of the world, most meals comprise tsampa, a tasteless dough made from roasted barley … Continue reading

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Following long and careful investigations, His Holiness the Dalai Lama strongly discourages Tibetan Buddhists from propitiating the fierce spirit known as Dolgyal (Shugden). Although he once practised Dolgyal propitiation himself, His Holiness renounced the practice in 1975 after discovering the … Continue reading

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Phurbu Tashi Khonnyi Tsang, 30, and Tenzin Deky, 19, will meet with federal government MPs to talk about the plight of Tibet under Chinese rule and ask the Australian government for assistance on Tibet Advocacy Day on Monday. Continue reading

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ACTING TOGETHER FOR TIBET How Australia and the West can be a true friend of both China and Tibet The Tibet issue has received tremendous moral support from the international community. The challenge it faces today is a lack of … Continue reading

Tibet in Media
In China, Michelle Obama calls for universal rights

BEIJING – The U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama called on China Saturday to respect universal rights including freedom of expression and religion, and open access to information.  Her week-long trip, focused on education, embraces pandas, ping-pong and people-to-people diplomacy, but she … Continue reading

Kalachakra in Leh, Ladakh 2014

Kalachakra in Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India from July 3 to 14: During the first three days of the Kalachakra, from July 3 to 5, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, along with the monks of Namgyal Monastery and senior lamas, will … Continue reading

His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Advice Concerning Dolgyal (Shugden)

Following long and careful investigations, His Holiness the Dalai Lama strongly discourages Tibetan Buddhists from propitiating the fierce spirit known as Dolgyal (Shugden). Although he once practised Dolgyal propitiation himself, His Holiness renounced the practice in 1975 after discovering the … Continue reading

Tibetans met with 42 politicians on Tibet Advocacy Day

12 Tibetans met with 42 MPs and Senators from all parties on 17 March. They shared their perspectives on the situation in Tibet through their own and their families’ experiences and called for stronger political support from the Australian Parlaiment and Government. Together they gathered 36 signatures to a Statement of Support for Tibet. Continue reading

An Appeal To All Chinese Spiritual Brothers And Sisters

Today I would like to make a personal appeal to all Chinese spiritual brothers and sisters, both inside as well as outside the People’s Republic of China, and  especially to the followers of the Buddha.  I do this as a … Continue reading

BALLET AND MODERN DANCE LESSONS

Do you want to learn ballet and modern dance? Miss Alana has been teaching ballet to Tibetan teenagers for 2 terms now. Ballet is a graceful form of exercise that is the foundation of all dance styles. Students learn excellent … Continue reading