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April 18th 2015, 5:30pm MONLAM for Pawo Neykyab
Pawo Neykyab has set fire to himself on April 15th in region of Amdo Ngaba, Tibet.  He is believed to be in his forties or fifties. A local source from Ngaba Tibetan has told that "He was protesting against Chinese policies in Tibet. His body was taken away by police".
This is the 139th Tibetan self-immolation in Tibet and the second self-immolation in this month.
Join us tonight at Gyuto Gompa for a prayer service for Pawo Nekyab and all Tibetan martyrs.
Free Tibet.
March 10th 2015, Tibetan Uprising Day, Chicago
March 10th, 2015, Chicago, IL

This March 10th 2015 marks the 56th anniversary of Tibetan Uprising Day. This year the Tibetan Uprising Day will be held in Chicago, IL.
Check below for schedule details. Please register early to partake. It will help us accommodate bus seating needs.
Tentative Schedule:
1) Please arrive at TAFM community hall no later than 11:50pm, March 9th. Bus leaves around 12:30am to Chicago
2) Arrives at Chicago downtown around 8:30am, March 10th
1) Pick up Time from Chinese Consulate: 4:00pm 
2) Dinner at Chicago Tibetan Community Center: 6:00PM
2) Bus leaves from Chicago Tibetan Community Hall around 7:00pm March 10th to Minnesota
3) Will arrive at Minnesota TAFM community hall around 2:00am, March 11th.

To participate in March 10th Chicago protest, please register by calling us at following numbers:
RTYC-MN Tenzin Tsetan: 763-213-2408
RTYC-MN Tenzin Dongag: 651-353-4406
SFT-MN Tenzin Sonam : 612-532-6108 
RTWA-MN Yangzom la : 763-203-2815
Or email us at rtycmn@gmail.com with your name, phone number, and email address.
Registration Bus fee: $50
March For Tibet. Together, we will Free Tibet.


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