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CTA holds conference to shed light on Tibet’s past international status

Friday 28 March 2014 by jamphel — Flash News
DHARAMSHALA: The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) today organised a symposium on Simla Convention of 1914, which Tibet negotiated on an equal footing with Great Britain and China.  “The conference is being organised to remind ourselves and the interested parties about the international status (...)

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Friday 28 March 2014 by jamphel — Announcements, Department of Health
The Department of Health, Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamsala invites application for a  post of Staff Nurse at PHC Bandara and a Pharmacist each at Health Center Odisha, Dekyiling, Miao, Delhi, Bandara and Bir. Criteria: 1.    General Nursing or B. Sc Nursing with 2 years work (...)

Fissures in China’s Ethnic Policy

Friday 28 March 2014 by jamphel — News From Other Sites
[The New York Times]   By DIDI KIRSTEN TATLOW/MARCH 26, 2014 The Chinese man spying on the daughter of a prominent political prisoner at the United Nations in Geneva last week probably didn’t expect to be expelled from the international body. But the United Nations stripped him of his pass as a (...)

The First Lady’s Travel Journal: A Taste of Tibetan Culture

Thursday 27 March 2014 by jamphel — Featured Flash News, News From Other Sites
[Source: White House] Note: This post is part of a series authored by First Lady Michelle Obama to share her visit to China with young people in the U.S. You can read all of the First Lady’s posts at WhiteHouse.gov/First-Lady-China-Trip. Chengdu is sometimes known as the “Gateway to Tibet” (...)

Environmentalists write to French president on Tibet

Thursday 27 March 2014 by jamphel — News From Other Sites
[AFP] PARIS: Three environmentalists, among them the French Greens Party candidate for EU Parliament Pascal Durand, on Wednesday wrote to François Hollande demanding France’s Ambassador to Beijing make a visit to Tibet, while France receives Chinese President Xi Jinping. On the occasion of the (...)

Michelle Obama generates Internet comment after Tibetan lunch

Thursday 27 March 2014 by jamphel — Featured Flash News
(Reuters) – U.S. first lady Michelle Obama lunched at a Tibetan restaurant in China’s Sichuan province on Wednesday, prompting murmurs about “political overtones” on the country’s active Internet social networks. Obama, her two daughters and mother visited the city of Chengdu as part of a week-long (...)

This is how China preserves and develops Tibetan culture

Wednesday 26 March 2014 by jamphel — News From Other Sites
[ICT blog] By Bhuchung K Tsering  On March 20, 2014, there was a very vibrant “discussion” on Tibet during the session at the United Nations’ Human Rights Council on China’s response to recommendations on its Universal Periodic Review. Tibet wasn’t reality the main topic, but then the action of the (...)

French MPs spotlight on Tibet issue as President Xi visits France

Wednesday 26 March 2014 by jamphel — Featured Flash News, Flash News
PARIS: Expressing deep concern over the human rights situation in Tibet, a group of French MPs urged President Francois Hollande to raise the issue of Tibet during his meetings with the visiting Chinese president. “Do not sacrifice the issue of Tibet and human rights for corporate affairs. The (...)

Michelle Obama gets a taste of Tibet in China

Wednesday 26 March 2014 by jamphel — News From Other Sites
[USA Today] By Calum MacLeod 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 flour and yak butter. (...)

Emory Univ. Receives $1 Million Grant for Tibet Initiative

Wednesday 26 March 2014 by jamphel — Featured Flash News, Flash News
[Emory University] Emory University has received a grant of $1 million from the Dalai Lama Trust to support the endowment fund of The Robert A. Paul Emory-Tibet Science Initiative (ETSI). The grant will help provide permanent support for the ETSI, which is implementing a six-year science (...)

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