Tragedy

In 1959, the People’s Republic of China occupied Tibet. Every year March 10th marks the anniversary of the uprising of the Tibetan people in response to the occupation. It was at this time the Dalai Lama, spiritual and temporal leader of Tibet was forced into exile in India. Over 100,000 Tibetans followed and every year hundreds of Tibetans continue...  Read More

Hope

The Best Hope for all Tibetans continue to be His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama. The deep respect that all Tibetans have for him unites us. His wisdom and statesmanship have guided the Tibetan movement along a peaceful path that has not only won His Holiness the Nobel Prize for Peace but also the admiration of the world.  Read More

Transmitting Culture

Tibetan refugee schools in exile have played and continue to play a significant role in helping to transmit our culture to the children. Tibetan schools in exile operate within the broad framework of its host countries in Nepal and especially in India. Yet, within those contrasts, Tibetan educators and administrators have striven and found ways to use the schools for this purpose.  Read More

Tibetan Prayer Flags Project

In the project, the Tibetan children at Kyitsel-ling Tibetan Children’s Education Center ( Kyitsel-ling) will themselves make the prayer flags manually. In doing so, they will be actively engaged in a colorful and fascinating facet of Tibetan culture. And, we believe that this will be hands-on cultural transmission - the very best way to learn about our culture.Finally, the proceeds from the sales will go to benefit the Tibetan Elders Program.  Read More

Bringing the Internet into Tibetan Classrooms

Improving the quality of education is going to take a multi faceted effort - involving quality teacher training, building an exception cadre of Tibetan education leadership and then transforming Tibetan classrooms with educational technologies. And right here - transforming Tibetan classrooms is where we feel TCEF can make a vital difference - maybe not for all Tibetan schools, but at least in a few select schools.  Read More

In the Footsteps of the Buddha: North India Travel Tour

Join India Supera and Karma Tensum of TCEF on this very special tour. We will trace the footsteps of the Buddha from his birthplace at Lumbini, his Enlightenment at Bodh Gaya, his very first sermon at Sarnath to his parinirvana or passing away at Kushinagar.  Read More

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