Ms. Dicki Chhoyang, Kalon of the Department of Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration today inaugurated Tibet Museum’s new exhibition on the wave of Tibetan self-immolations inside Tibet.
The exhibition consists of 27 panels in Tibetan, English and Hindi languages, documenting the aspirations and last words of self-immolators and the reasons that led them to self-immolate in protest.
In his address, Sikyong Dr. Sangay, spoke about Tibet’s cultural relationship with India before the Chinese invasion of Tibet, rich Tibetan culture and civilization, destruction caused by Chinese occupation on Tibetan culture and civilization and current situation inside Tibet including self-immolation.
Tibetan expats have put up a two-day photo exhibition to create awareness about their homeland among youngsters in Kerala.
The two-day exhibition from 6-7 January 2014, saw an overwhelming response from the students and staff of the college. Around 1000 students and staff of the college thronged in large number to see the exhibit with keen interest and enthusiasm.
Over 300 local Indians including media personnel from various national dailies thronged in large numbers to see a rare photo exhibition on Tibet and its people at Hotel Anamalia, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, from 3-4 January 2014.
Tibet Museum of the Department of Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration and Friends of Tibet, Coimbatore have organised a photo exhibition featuring photographic narratives of the life of Tibetans in exile and the ongoing Tibetan self-immolations in Tibet.
Over 700 people including tourists and Aurovillains visited the exhibition. The exhibition featured photographic narratives of Tibetan life in exile and background information on the ongoing wave of self-immolations in Tibet.
The Tibet Museum and Chauntra Tibetan Settlement Office conducted a workshop on basics of photography, photoshop and picture news reporting at Chauntra Tibetan Settlement office on 18 October 2013.
Tibetans living across world marked 17 May as the international solidarity for Tibet, with the Central Tibetan Administration urging the Tibetans in the free world to reinvigorate their efforts to fulfil the aspirations of their brethren for freedom in Tibet.
The Tibet Museum is pleased to announce a year-long free entry to its permanent museum starting 10 March 2013. So far, the Museum has been charging a token fee of Rs. 5 from adult visitors and only children were allowed free entry.
Mr. Aditya Arya, a trustee chairman of India Photo Archive Foundation, gave a workshop on “Digitization and Archiving, Rich Cultural Heritage” at Kashag Secretariat Hall from 6-7 February 2013. The workshop was organized by the Tibet Museum, Department of Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration and funded by the Norwegian Church Aid.
The Tibet Museum of Department of Information and International Relations (DIIR) on the invitation of the Tibetan community of Shimla, showcased a rare photo exhibition at the historic Ridge, a prime tourist destination located in the heart of the state capital, on 8 July.
The Tibet Museum of Department of Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration, has released its 2nd edition (revised) of its pictorial book titled ‘Tibet’s – Journey in Exile’ with updated information.