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Lecture Tour

At the invitation of the Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration, Chope Paljor Tsering, founder of the Global Tibet Institute recently completed a lecture tour of 13 Tibetan higher secondary schools in Nepal and Dharamshala area in India.

During the whirlwind tour promoting the core ideals of the institute Chope engaged with thousands of school children and their teachers on the following four major topics:

  1. Pride in Tibetan heritage
  2. Importance of Tibetan language
  3. Importance of maintaining Ya-rabs (human values)
  4. Importance of paying attention to the indispensability of mathematics in the exile Tibetan education system

Chope is grateful to the Department of Education, CTA and all the schools he visited for the opportunity to speak to the schools and for the warm welcome he received.

NOAT Second Edition Launch

Book and CD Launch

17 August 2013, Dhamaramsala: Chope Paljor Tsering, founder of the Global Tibet Institute, launched the second edition of his autobiography, The Nature of All Things.

Speaking to an audience of mainly young Tibetan writers and journalists, Chope said that his aim in publishing the second edition in India was to make his book readily available to young Tibetan readers at a low cost. He also said that the purpose of writing the book was to share the experience of Tibetans of his generation with the new generation and record it for the benefit of future generations. The book also serves to highlight the plight of the Tibetan people to the world.

Chope also spoke about the Global Tibet Institute at the event. Copies of verses expressing the aims and objectives of the Global Tibet Institute, which has been recorded as a song by the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, was made available to the attendees, along with an audio CD of the song.

The event was hosted by Tibetan Writes, an organisation that endeavours to encourage and publish the creative works of Tibetans from all over the world.

GTI Launched

The Global Tibet Institute (GTI) was launched on 3 May 2013 in Canberra, Australia, by Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Mr. Sonam Dagpo. Mr. Chope Paljor Tsering, founder of the Institute, and Professor John Powers of the Australian National University also spoke at the event.

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