Vaderbilt Students Visit in Minnesota Spring, 2016Vanderbilt students visit in spring, 2016
Every year, Students from Vanderbilt University come and visit Minnesota Tibetan community to learn about Tibetan Culture, Religion, and Tibetan History. There year of spring's visit, there are total number of evelen students who are persuing a variety of different majors studies.
This is our 4th year of hosting the program with Vanderbilt students. RTYC-MN is reaching out to all the resources we can find to help teach these students about Tibet. March 10th 2016, Tibetan Uprising Day, Chicago March 10th, 2016, Chicago, IL
This March 10th 2016 marks the 57th 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.
1) Please arrive at TAFM community hall no later than 11:00pm, March 9th. Bus leaves around 12:00am to Chicago
2) Arrives at Chicago downtown around 9:00am, March 10th
1) Pick up Time from Chinese Consulate: 3:30pm
2) Dinner at Chicago Tibetan Community Center: 5:00PM
2) Bus leaves from Chicago Tibetan Community Hall around 6:00pm March 10th to Minnesota
3) Will arrive at Minnesota TAFM community hall around 1:00am, March 11th.
To participate in March 10th Chicago protest, please register by calling us at following numbers:
RTYC-MN Tenzin Nangsel: 651-734-5416
RTYC-MN Tenzin Palkyi: 763-439-1004
TAC Lhakpa Gyaltsen : 773-470-8917
RTYC-WI Tsering Samdup : 608-886-3954
RTYC-WI Tenzin Youlo: 608-556-5102
Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, and email address.
Registration Bus fee: $25 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Q8gCfUGICaBtrJzMeK59Pw5I_NhKG9_SKHPvLBLcboc/viewform
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TYC was founded on Oct 7, 1970 in Dharamsala with His Holiness the Dalai Lama delivering the inaugural address.
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