Tag Archive: language

Adapting to Survive in a New Exile

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[Guest post by Ngawang Lodoe, a student from Hampshire College, did his final photography project on the preservation and challenges of the Tibetan culture and language in the US.] The story of Tibet… Continue reading

Are You A T+? Please Take Our Survey!

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Hi and Happy New Year! It’s been a long time since I’ve done a post here on LD so I am pretty psyched┬áthat the subject of my first post in almost a year… Continue reading

J’adore mon pays, le Tibet

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Earlier this month, I took a little weekend trip to Montreal, in the province of Quebec. While Ottawa, where I live, is a city that is more or less bilingual with most people… Continue reading

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

Inspiring News from Tibet: Language Preservation in Amdo

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Yesterday on Lhakar one of my close activist friends, Lhamo Kyab, who is also an ex political prisoner came into my office. I could see the excitement in his face and eagerness to… Continue reading