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  • Tibetan Feelings Hurt by Shugden Protests in California

    Tibetan Feelings Hurt by Shugden Protests in California We, the members of Tibetan Community Associations of Northern California and Los Angeles, have been dismayed by the behavior of a small group of people shouting insults at His Holiness the Dalai Lama during his recent visit to California. Many of them appear to have been monastics […]

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  • Rangwang or Rangzen

    This article was written by long standing community member of the Southern California Tibetan Community, Chewang Ngokhang also known as Ajo Che. TASC has no opinion on the subject but would like to share a community member’s creative work, and encourage other community members to contribute their own works. RANGWANG OR RANGZEN For eons I have been debating […]

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Tibet News

  • Monk Arrested in March in Sog Sentenced to 12 Years: Exile Tibetans

    Tsangyang Gyamtso, one of four monks arrested on the night of March 17 from their monastery in Sog County,  part of the Tri-Eastern Counties of Nagchu Prefecture, Tibetan Autonomous Region, is now reportedly sentenced to 12 years in prison.  According to an exile Tibetan observer of Sog situation who wants to remain unidentified, the chant master of Drilda Monastery […]

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  • China’s crackdown slows Tibetan refugee crossings to freedom in India

    Tibetan monk Jigme Gyatso spent more than 18 months on the run from Chinese authorities before arriving in India in May. Heightened border security by China has made it difficult for Tibetan refugees to flee to freedom in India. (Annie Gowen/The Washington Post) By Annie Gowen October 19, The Washington Post DHARMSALA, India — Kunga […]

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  • China’s crackdown slows Tibetan refugee crossings to freedom in India

    Tibetan monk Jigme Gyatso spent more than 18 months on the run from Chinese authorities before arriving in India in May. Heightened border security by China has made it difficult for Tibetan refugees to flee to freedom in India. (Annie Gowen/The Washington Post) By Annie Gowen October 19, The Washington Post DHARMSALA, India — Kunga […]

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  • Chinese tourists treat Tibetans ‘like zoo animals’

    Illustration/ Tibet Watch Susannah George, GlobalPost DHARAMSALA, India — Chinese tourists behave badly in Tibet. Very badly, according to London-based advocacy group Tibet Watch. The evidence? A series of photos in the group’s report shows sightseers treating sacred objects like curiosities in a theme park, tourists trampling prayer flags and visitors standing atop painted prayer […]

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