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

Get Involved

Here are all the ways that you can get involved and support the work of TCEF:

- Become a TCEF Sponsor
- Join a TCEF Service Trip
- Host a TCEF Event or help coordinate one
- Become a TCEF Volunteer
- Become a TCEF Donor

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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

Tibetan School, Arunachal Pradesh

The Tibetan school at Miao, Arunachal Pradesh, serves around 300 students. Until recently it was administered by the Central Tibetan Schools Administration (CTSA) - an autonomous body under the central Indian Government. Following a policy decision to hand all Tibetan schools under CTSA to the Tibetan Government in Exile, this school was handed over to the Sambhota Tibetan Schools Society (STSS) fairly recently.  Read More

TCEF's Whiteboards Project 2017

As the name suggests, this project will replace the old chalk boards in about twenty classrooms in this school and replace them with new white boards. The advantages of white boards with an array of colorful dry erase pens is clear and we think that this can be a big first step in changing at least a few of the Tibetan classrooms in exile.  Read More

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