DR LOBSANG SANGAY IN MEDIA
'The world is scared of this unknown entity called China that has come up. But we know them very well'
Lobsang Sangay, political successor to the Dalai Lama, was sworn Prime Minister of the Tibetan government in exile last month. In this Idea Exchange ....
Tibet's new elected leader looks ahead
Radio Netherlands Worldwide
Sangay was sworn in as Kalon Tripa on August 8. He traded a Harvard University fellowship in the United States for a new office in Dharamsala, India ....
Now, a chance to end Tibet stalemate
Times of India
Tomorrow, i take the oath to become the Kalon Tripa, or elected political leader, of the Tibetan people. I assume these duties with....
MESSAGES FROM DR LOBSANG SANGAY
A Thank You message from Dr Lobsang Sangay
BOSTON, Massachusetts, 27 April 2011
With profound humility I accept the Tibetan people's support and the post of Kalon Tripa.
It is sobering to realize that nearly 50,000 people...
Thank You: A message from Dr Lobsang Sangay
VARANASI, India, 12 November 2010
With profound humility I accept the Tibetan people's nomination for Kalon Tripa candidate. It is very sobering to realize that more than 47,000 people in around 30 countries...
QUESTIONS TO DR LOBSANG SANGAY
Ten Questions to Dr Lobsang Sangay III
Ten Questions to Dr Lobsang Sangay II
Ten Questions to Dr Lobsang Sangay I
WHO IS DR LOBSANG SANGAY?
Dr Lobsang Sangay is a Research Associate at Harvard Law School. He
attended the Central School for Tibetans (CST) in Sonada and
Darjeeling and completed his BA (Honours) in English Literature
(1988-1991) and his Bachelor in Law (LLB 1991-1994), from Delhi
In 1995, Dr Sangay was selected as a Fulbright Scholar and obtained
his Masters degree at Harvard Law School. His thesis was on Buddhism
and Human Rights. In the summer of 1996, he received a fellowship from
the International Commission of Jurists in Geneva, Switzerland, and
helped research the report Tibet: Human Rights and Rule of Law, which
was published in 1997. In 1996, he received a prestigious
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Pacific Basin Research Centre and
wrote a chapter on the Tibetan Educational System for a book titled
Human Rights and Human Values in Asia-Pacific Region....