Here are links to more websites of Tibetan writers, as well as some interesting, entertaining, and useful websites for our readers.
- BigBridge Anthology of Tibetan Poets
Biographies and selected poems of major Tibetan writers.
- Book Reviews at Tibetan Review
Reviews of books by Tibetan writers and others, on all subjects related to Tibet.
- Burning Tibet
Buchung D Sonam’s writings
- High Peaks Pure Earth
High Peaks Pure Earth provides insightful commentary on Tibet related news and issues and provides translations from writings in Tibetan and Chinese posted on blogs and social media from Tibet and the People’s Republic of China.
- Interviews at Tibetan Review
Interviews of noted Tibetans — writers and others.
- Jamyang Norbu – Shadow Tibet
Novelist, historian, playwright and polemecist, Jamyang Norbu is known as one of the leading and certainly the most controversial Tibetan writer at work today.
- Ragged Banner
Translating the literature of free minds from China
- Woeser – Invisible Tibet
Woeser’s blog, in Chinese
- * His Holiness XIV Dalai Lama
This is the official Web home of His Holiness, with schedule of his teachings, webcasts of his teachings, information about his life, and more..
- Dancing Yaks
Tibetan arts, entertainment, and more
Information for and about the Tibetan diaspora. General information and issues about Tibetans in exile; Tibetans in the different countries of the world; Special status in India; Indian citizenship, passport, and voting rights
- Tibet Doc
Tibet Doc was an important website chronicling issues and people of Tibet, in French. The site is no longer live, but snapshots of the site from 2009 can be viewed at Archive.org
- Tibet Sun Opinions
Submitted opinions articles by Tibetans from all over the world, on political and social subjects. Since 2008.
- Tibetan Government in Exile
The official Web home of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), located in Dharamshala India . It shows information about the CTA and latest news of interest to exile Tibet.
- Tibetan Plateau
The Tibetan Plateau shares news, information, and perspectives on Tibet’s environment and development issues. It is maintained by Tashi Tsering, a founding member of Tesi Environmental Awareness Movement (TEAM).
- Tibetan Review
Chronicling Tibet since 1967. An editorially-independent monthly publication in English of news and views and other informative and stimulating features.
- ཁ་བརྡ། (Khabdha)
Tibetan elections 2020
- SmartVote Tibet
རྣམ་དཔྱོད་ལྡན་པའི་བོད་མིའི་འོས་ – Know your candidates for the 2020-21 Tibetan elections.
- Tibetan elections
Real-time voting results of the exile Tibetan elections of 2016 and 2020.
- Canada Tibet Committee (World Tibet News Network)
One of the oldest Tibet Support groups. In Canada
- Friends of Tibet
Indian organisation supporting Tibet since 2002. Friends of Tibet supports the continued struggle of the Tibetan people for independence. Friends of Tibet is also one of the principal organisers of World Tibet Day around the world.
- Rangzen – International Tibet Independence Movement
Dedicated to restoring Tibet’s independence (rangzen) from China through non-violent action. Since 1997 we have advocated for rangzen by leading peace marches for Tibet’s independence covering thousands of miles across North America.
- Students for a Free Tibet
A chapter-based network of young people and activists around the world, campaign for Tibetans’ fundamental right to political freedom through education, grassroots organizing, and nonviolent direct action.
- Miss Tibet Pageant
Yearly pageant to promote Tibetan women
- PBS Program on Tibet in 1990
Probably the first major studio to report on Tibet
- Radio Free Asia – Tibet
- Voice of America, Washington, D.C
Tibetan-language daily radio
- Voice of Tibet, Dharamsala
Tibetan radio based in Dharamsala
- White Crane Films
Tibetan-Indian filmmaker duo
News and Views on Tibet
- The Tibet Express, Dharamsala
Printed three times a month in Tibetan language
- Tibet Times
A popular newsmagazine in Tibetan language, from Dharamsala
- Tibetan Bulletin, Dharamsala
The official English-language bi-monthly of the Tibetan government in exile