Deputy Speaker meets a group of Taiwan Friends of Tibet at Tibetan Parliament Hall.


Dharamsala: Deputy Speaker of Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, Ven. Acharya Yeshi Phunstok, met with 13 members of Taiwan Friends of Tibet as arranged by Tibet World, an NGO based in Dharamsala in the assembly hall of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile.

The Deputy Speaker spoke on the history of Tibet and the current critical situation inside Tibet. He also elucidated them on the Central Tibetan Administration’s the source of financial aids, the evolution of democracy in exile, the proceedings of parliamentary sessions, its two sessions and their respective features and the functions of the standing committee. Additionally, he briefed them regarding the World Parliamentarian Conventions on Tibet as well as meetings with various parliamentarians, think tanks and Tibet support groups, both nationally and internationally, to apprise them of the Tibet’s cause.

He concluded by answering the questions posed by the visitors and appealed them to support the cause of Tibet after researching the whole facts and truth of the just cause of Tibet.









Ven.Acharya Yeshi Phunstok speaking on the Tibet’s issues to the 13 members of the Taiwan Friends of Tibet.