Community Cafe Sponsored by Dhondup Karpo Group and Friends.
On behalf of the entire TANC community & friends we would like to thank their group for raising $3611.50 from the food sale.
In the year 1989, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama of Tibet.
“the 54-year-old Tibetan Buddhist leader, who fled to India in 1959 after an abortive uprising against Chinese rule in which thousands of people were killed, was being recognized because he ”consistently has opposed the use of violence” in his campaign”. – – The Norwegian Nobel Committee
Join with us to celebrate this auspicious day at TANC community center for a fun packed Sunday, community cafe sponsored by Dhondup Kharpo family & friends.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights turns 70
‘Tibet: The Land Where Dreams are Shattered’-DIIR releases a video on the eve of World Human Rights Day
[On the eve of World Human Rights Day, the Department of Information and International Relations released a six-minute video titled ‘Tibet; The Land Where Dreams are Shattered’.
Based on true events, the story is about a fictional character, 27-year old Pema, “a feisty, fearless female and a mother of two,” and her quest for achieving her dreams.
“Tibet: The Land Where Dreams are Shattered’ is an animated video portraying how the dreams of many young Tibetans in Tibet; of traveling abroad and seeing His Holiness the Dalai Lama, are shattered by policies and restrictions imposed by the Chinese government on travel and movement,” said Kalden Tsomo, head of UN and Human Rights desk of DIIR….] (full article)