Tibetans in exile

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  • For the Tibetans in exile this was the first international match after many decades since the former national team had broke up.
  • This is at the beginning of the 21st century still the most popular football tournament for Tibetans in exile.
  • This page is a list of organizations of Tibetans in exile.
  • There were also plans by Tibetans in exile to hold their own version of the Olympics in May, at the headquarters of the exiled government.
  • He immigrated in 1960 to the United States with his family, one of the first groups Tibetans-in-exile in North America.
  • Eva Herzer, the founder of TJC, worked with the Tibetans in exile to consider a model of self-governance.
  • A Song for Tibet is a 1991 Canadian short documentary film about efforts of Tibetans in exile, led by the Dalai Lama, to free their homeland and preserve their heritage.
  • During this period, The Dalai Lama appointed a Constitution Review Committee with instructions to draft a democratic charter for the Tibetans in exile and also to review the existing draft constitution for future Tibet.
  • A system for collecting an annual "voluntary contribution" from the Tibetans in exile was introduced by the Central Tibetan Administration on August 1, 1972.
  • The draft charter for the Tibetans in exile was to incorporate well defined provisions based on the realities of the situation in exile although The Dalai Lama agreed to be the head of the state and government owing to the prevailing circumstances.
  • He did, however, agree to being enshrined as the protector and symbol of the Tibetan nation in a new Preamble and Article 1 of the Charter of Tibetans in Exile.
  • In Tokyo, Japan, over 100 Tibetans living in Japan and members of a Japanese group supporting Tibetans in exile marched in Tokyo's Yoyogi Park, shouting slogans of protest against China on 16 March.
  • Anthropologist and historian Melvyn Goldstein, who is fluent in Tibetan and has done considerable fieldwork with Tibetans in exile and in Tibet, considers pre-1950 Tibet to have been a feudal theocracy impaired by corrupt and incompetent leaders.