By Joyce Lau, The New York Times | May 25, 2014 The shopkeeper at the small Hong Kong bookstore recognized the author Chan Koonchung right away. The People’s Recreation Community — its initials are a play on People’s Republic of China — specializes in books that are banned on the Chinese mainland, but not in the relatively free territory of […]
“I was only planned to go to the Tibet protest at Minnewaterpark” – an interview with Lobsang Khedup.
On April 1st, 2014, Chinese President Xi Jinping visited the city of Bruges in Belgium. Just before the arrival of the President, Lobsang Khedup jumped over the fences on the market and called a number of slogans in Chinese and English, about the human rights violations in Tibet. Dennis Barbion (Karma Dondub), President of Tibetan-Flemish Circle of Friends did an […]
The Diplomat speaks with the prime minister of Tibetans in exile.
By Anuradha Sharma, The Diplomat | April 7, 2014
The Economic Times | March 29, 2014
The 17th Karmapa (head of the Karma Kagyu School, one of the four main schools of Tibetan Buddhism), Ogyen Trinley Dorjee, in exile in India since the age of 14 from 2000.