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2012 Templeton Prize awarded to the Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama was characteristically humble when accepting the prestigious Templeton Prize at a special ceremony at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.

China: Dalai Lama must follow tradition of reincarnation

BEIJING, China – Chinese official said Monday that exiled Dalai Lama, does not have a right to choose his successor any way he wants and must follow the historical and religious tradition of reincar

Tibetan settlement in Orissa declared tourist destination

Berhampur, Orissa - The Orissa government today declared as a tourist destination the Tibetan settlement at Jiranga area in Gajapati district, where Buddhist spiritual leader the Dalai Lama inaugurate

Dalai Lama’s visit costs Taiwan’s tourism industry billions

On the morning of September 4, the Dalai Lama flew from Taiwan, ending his six-day tour there.

Tibet bag surprise fashion hit

Supporters of the Dalai Lama are delighted that one of Britain’s top British designers, Vivienne Westwood, displayed a bag promoting the Tibetan cause on the catwalk.

Tibetan festival banned, Lithang Travel Ban

Authorities in a Tibetan region of China’s southwestern Sichuan province have ordered a build-up of security forces in the region and canceled an annual horse-racing festival that was marked by prot

Dalai Lama’s US visit roils US-China relations

The Dalai Lama's high-profile visit is stirring pro- and anti-China sentiment in the US as the White House prepares to host the exiled Tibetan leader next week.

China, Tibet, the Olympics and tourism: Crisis or opportunity?

The recent disturbing events in Tibet and China’s heavy handed response to Tibetan protests reveal the current state of political leadership in China and the timidity of international response.

China: Dalai Lama caused riots to damage Olympics

CHENGDU, China (AP) — China accused the Dalai Lama on Sunday of orchestrating the recent anti-government riots in Tibet in a bid to mar the Beijing Olympics and overthrow the area's communist leaders.

eTN Mailbox: Tibet

I have not been recently to Tibet, but spent just over 3 weeks in eastern China, which used to belong to Tibet before the Chinese invasion, and in the TAR with a group last summer. I have attended 2 horse festivals, both of which were patronizingly orchestrated by the Chinese, making it in fact more of a Chinese affair by their speeches and propaganda for the Chinese officials.