All the major world faiths as well as all non-theistic ethical systems, have evolved their own version of COMPASSION. Collectively this defines what is called the ‘International norms of human decency’.
By Lobsang Wangyal | Tibet Sun
MCLEOD GANJ, India, 26 November 2011
Sonam, Kunsang, and Yangzom in 2010.Rick Giles
Yangzom Brauen ’s book Across Many Mountains: a Tibetan family’s epic journey from oppression to freedom is a rare treat, if only because there are few books written by Tibetan women.
November 14, 2011 Vol. 178 No. 19 / U.S. Edition
Burning Desire For Freedom – After 60 years of Chinese rule, some Tibetan monks have resorted to self-immolation. Where will their protests lead?
By: Hannah Beech/Tawu; With reporting by Chengcheng Jiang/Tawu
There are no flowers or memorials to mark the spot where Tsewang Norbu died.
Interview with Tsering Dhondup, researcher of the environment desk of the Central Tibetan Administration
UNFFT Hong Kong Dorothy has conducted a series of interviews on the departments of the Central Tibetan Administration and the local official Medias.