|RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS ACCOUNT||Financial Year Ended 31st August 2016|
|This year||Last year|
|at Cafe MoMo||139.48||196.72|
|at 3 x Tibet||0.00||22.20|
|Cafe MoMo catering||652.81||648.62|
|Cafe MoMo stalls||151.50||136.79|
|BOA and Lacock fete||0.00||36.44|
|3 times Tibet||0.00||309.00|
|Youdon Aukatsang talk||0.00||804.31||59.42||1,190.27|
|Sale of stock||66.00||230.04|
|Fund raising costs|
|Hire of church room||50.00||95.00|
|Cost of stock||59.00||39.03|
|EXCESS OF RECEIPTS OVER PAYMENTS||(631.21)||468.08|
|Total funds at start of year||1,032.83||564.75|
|Total funds at end of year||401.62||1,032.83|
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“I feel Tibetan culture with its unique heritage has developed a kind of energy which is very helpful for cultivating peace of mind and a joyful life….There is a potential for Tibet to help humanity, … I feel very strongly that Tibetan culture will have a role to play in the future ”
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In Frome on 16th March :-) ... See MoreSee Less
Concert for Tibet with M Ormiston, C. Valentino and Nyima
March 16, 2018, 8:00pm - March 16, 2018, 9:30pm
Tibetans Songs, Mantras and ritual instruments, Mongolian Overtone Singing, Tibetan Singing Bowls, Symphonic Gongs and more Tickets available www.wegottickets.com/event/428160 On the 10th March 1959 hundreds of thousands of Tibetans surrounded the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet's capital, fearing that the Dalai Lama was about to be kidnapped or assassinated. The uprising was brutally suppressed by the occupying Chinese troops and the Dalai Lama was forced to flee into exile. The 10th of March is now commemorated as National Uprising Day by Tibetans and supporters across the world. To this day Tibet remains an independent state under illegal occupation All the proceeds for this concert will go to Zari Tibet Fund, a small organisation based in Frome. The Zari Tibet Fund was set up to raise money for Tibetan refugees living in India who are in need of short term financial support. So far They have been able to help individuals and families with the cost of health care and education. In the near future, They hope to branch out to support local communities as well as projects inside Tibet. Michael Ormiston is the UK's most experienced Mongolian Khöömii (Overtone) Singer, a multi-instrumentalist, composer, inspirational teacher, workshop leader and therapeutic sound practitioner. www.soundtransformations.co.uk Candida Valentino has been using the Sounds of Himalaya Singing Bowls, overtone singing and Gongs therapeutically and in concerts internationally since 2000. She has recorded many CD’s with Michael Ormiston including her own CDs Life After Life and Bija Mantra. Candida specialises in undertone /subharmonic singing known as Khargyraa and has been blessed to teach Mongolian Overtone Singing by her teacher Tserendavaa. Candida more recently trained in leading Kirtan, (devotional mantra singing) with Nikki Slade and is now leading Kirtans all around the UK. Kunchok Nyima (known as Nyima) was raised as a Tibetan Buddhist Monk. Nyima holds weekly Tibetan Sound Healing group sessions at the Hub Nub Centre in Frome. Sessions usually include a combination of chanting, listening to music, singing bowls and meditation. www.zaritibet.org/
Oxford Human Rights festival is to show Sonam's film 'Little Tibet'... ... See MoreSee Less
Screening: Little Tibet
March 16, 2018, 7:00pm - March 16, 2018, 9:00pm
Ladakh, in the northern-most part of India, is often known as LiIle Tibet. It borders Tibet and shares much of its culture, language and landscape. Film maker Sonam Anja-Tsang will be joining us to talk about his films and his journeys across this land s-ll rich in Tibetan culture, where he finds the gems of his lost homeland, but cannot cross the tantalisingly close border and return to Tibet.
10th March is almost here... ... See MoreSee Less
Uprising Day Rally
March 10, 2018, 1:00pm - March 10, 2018, 9:30pm
On Saturday, 10 March, join us for a rally to commemorate the 59th anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising Tibetans and supporters of Tibet will hold a rally outside Downing Street and then march to the Chinese Embassy. There we will hold a demonstration to call for an end to China’s occupation and human rights abuses in Tibet. The evening will end with a commemoration of Tibetan Uprising Day and other Tibetan cultural events at the Indian YMCA nearby. Doors open at 6:30pm. Organised jointly by Free Tibet, Students for a Free Tibet, Tibet Society and Tibetan Community UK Schedule: 1pm: Rally at Downing Street (10 Downing St, Westminster, London SW1A 2AA, nearest tube station: Westminster) 3:30pm: We will begin our march to the Chinese Embassy From around 5pm we will demonstrate at the Chinese Embassy (49 Portland Place. Nearest tube stations: Regent’s Park and Great Portland Street) 6:30 - 9:30pm: Commemoration of Uprising Day and Tibetan cultural events (Mahatma Gandhi Hall, Indian YMCA, 41 Fitzroy Square, W1T 6AQ. Nearest tube stations: Warren Street, Great Portland Street and Goodge Street). Feel free to join us for any part of the day's activities or the entire schedule. We hope to see you there.
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Hong Kong forcefully stopping a protester waving a Tibetan flag.
香港強行阻止一名抗議者揮舞西藏國旗 @jbkk988 @OccupyHK
We are sad to announce that George died on Tuesday 23rd Jan. He has been a Tibet supporter for decades, started @BTibetSupport and was it's driving force, organising many events and protests. He always thought a #freetibet would one day be a reality. We will miss him.
The annual review by the organisation Freedom House has once again seen Tibet ranked as the second least free place in the world. Here is a breakdown of the top ten worst offenders. #FreeTibet #Tibet #China #HumanRights More info in this article: https://t.co/qMPfj8Jqeq