News & Events

Students successful in their exams

By ylhund | September 24, 2013

After three months of hard work the student examinations are over with all students doing extremely well. Teacher Arin, one of our wonderful volunteers, set up the exams for each class level and after a tense examination declared the results. Presently we have over 200 students studying German, French, English, Chinese, and Tibetan. This is…

New Projects

By ylhund | April 19, 2013

We are working on many new projects and we need your help!  We currently receive no external funding and rely completely on the kind donations of our volunteers, friends and family. A great way to support us is to sign up for our volunteer service. Alternatively if you wish to donate funds to support the work…

Future Events

By ylhund | April 19, 2013

Tibet World is in the process of creating many new Events and Projects. As we grow, more will be added to this list. List of Planned Activities or events for Tibet World Over the Next 5 Year་ 1 Education  1. Courses Classes in language (English and international) for Tibetan refugees. Evening classes will be available,…

Tibet meets the world !

By ylhund | February 2, 2013

Tibet World is an organization devoted to recognizing and encouraging human potential. Our mission is to preserve and cultivate the Tibetan culture. We strive to provide the best education and training in a variety of fields including language, environment and career development. Providing space for community events and performances will allow for intercultural exchange with…

The world meets Tibet and Tibet meets the world!

By ylhund | February 1, 2013

 Welcome to Tibet World, a Tibetan community centre project in McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala.  Tibet World has two main goals: first, to preserve, promote, and celebrate Tibet’s unique culture; and second, to facilitate intercultural exchanges between Tibetans and people from other parts of the world.

Tibet World Stands In Solidarity With Tibet

By ylhund | December 9, 2012

The Facts  The wave of self-immolations continues in Tibet with over 92 Tibetans having set themselves on fire to date – 79 in 2012 including 28 in November alone, but the worst  situation of all is the huge populations around the world that are unaware of the unjustifiable and unbearable torture being committed inside Tibet.…