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Virtually Learning Tibetan

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So the last few days, I’ve discovered a few cool tools/services that are being offered to help preserve the Tibetan language. Earlier this week, I was browsing Facebook, when I saw a photo… Continue reading

Lobbying for Tibet… sort of

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Last week, a boardmember of the organization I work for came into the office and asked me and my colleague if we wanted to go to an event being hosted by my Member… Continue reading

For someone who fought for our right

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While Lhakar is about devoting one day of the week to our cause, last week, Tibet lost a dear friend who I’m sure devoted much more than just one day a week to… Continue reading

The world convened for Tibet… and I got to see it

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For a city that’s home to about 20 Tibetans, Ottawa sure felt like the centre of the Tibetan universe this past week. This past weekend, Ottawa played host to the World Parliamentarians Convention… Continue reading

Political Love for Tibet

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With the intensifying crackdown inside Tibet right now, it can sometimes be difficult to stay positive/cheerful about Tibet’s situation. But today was a slap-in-the-face-“stay-cool-goddammit!” kind of day. With the nomination by an Ontario… Continue reading

A Mass Lhakar Pledge

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Wow, it’s been a while since my last post! But I tried my best to make up for my delinquent behavior today. Today for Lhakar, I attended a solidarity vigil, organized by Students for a… Continue reading

Meeting the Minister

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This week, I got the opportunity to represent the Tibetan voice, on behalf of Students for a Free Tibet, and meet with the Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, John Baird in his Parliamentary… Continue reading

The Tibetans of Belleville

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Below is an article that was written over three years ago in the Toronto Star that I just rediscovered. It’s an article that includes the stories of three of my uncles and how my… Continue reading

Standing up for Tibet through Theatre

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This week, I just wanted to share a little video update about how Tibetans and Tibet supporters stood up for Tibet on Parliament Hill in Ottawa (Canada’s capital) last week on the Global… Continue reading

The Grass IS Greener On The Other Side

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Late last night (Canada time), Tibetan artist Tenzing Rigdol debuted an extravagant art installation in Dharamsala. The installation – located on a stage at the Tibetan Children’s Village basketball court – is made… Continue reading