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81 2016-12-10 TAUP(Taiwan Association of University Professors) Thanksgiving Fundraising Dinner Administrator 46
82 2016-12-10 Professor Lee Shiao-fong - From Chian Keisatsu Hō(治安警察法) Incident to Formosa Incident Administrator 71
83 2016-12-10 Taiwan Human Rights & Culture Association Visits Holy Mountain Administrator 54
84 2016-12-04 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 62
85 2016-12-03 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 56
86 2016-11-27 Holy Mountain - Practitioner, Tsan-chu's (Su Beng Senior) Lecture Administrator 49
87 2016-11-26 Tati Annual Board Meeting Administrator 61
88 2016-11-20 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 60
89 2016-11-19 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 54
90 2016-11-14 Northen Taichung Tati(Daixde) Branch - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 72
91 2016-11-13 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 69
92 2016-11-12 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 65
93 2016-11-13 Implementation of Human Education - Mother Earth Waldorf School Administrator 65
94 2016-11-12 Chairman Ng Chiau-tong(黃昭堂) Memorial Concert - Passing and Bearing Administrator 65
95 2016-11-06 Su Beng's 99 Birthday Party Administrator 74
96 2016-11-06 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 67
97 2016-11-06 Su Beng's Gift - The Lasting Road to Revolution(Su Beng's 99 Birthday Party) Administrator 68
98 2016-11-05 Holy Mountain Event Records and Su Beng Senior Pre-Birthday Celebration Administrator 62
99 2016-11-03 People Report Yan Da-ho(顏大和) Receives Twenty Thousands US$ Tea Can(s) Press Conference Administrator 56
100 2016-10-31 Tati(Daixde) Hall Taichung Headquarters - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 62
 
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Newsflash

Lobsang Sangay, a 43-year-old Harvard scholar, took office yesterday as head of the Tibetan government-in-exile, vowing to free his homeland from Chinese “colonialism.”

After being sworn in at a colorful ceremony in the Indian hill town of Dharamsala, Sangay warned China that the Tibet movement was “here to stay” and would only grow stronger in the waning years of the Dalai Lama.

In an historic shift from the dominance of Tibetan politics by religious figures, the new prime minister, who has never set foot in Tibet, is assuming the political leadership role relinquished by the 76-year-old Dalai Lama in May.