TYUK Events

Thursday, June 29, 2006

An Audience with a true "Tibetan Freedom Fighter"

Dear Friend,

We have the pleasure of inviting you for an audience with a renowned Tibetan peace activist, Tenzin Tsundue la, who has been a thorn to various Chinese dignitaries including Chinese Premier, Zhu Rongji to mention a few.

We are proud to receive Tenzin Tsundue la, a genuine peace activist who has positively channelled his anger, frustration, passion and dream for a "Free Tibet" which many of us share but fail to realise. Tenzin la has risked his life for our country on numerous occasions including imprisonment on his visit to Tibet. Here is man, who talks less but does more!A man who dares to believe in his dream!A man who follows his instinct and believes!An inspiration for us believers and dreamers!

And there will be a discussion about "Alternatives to Middle-Way Approach" with
Mrs Kesang Y. Takla la, Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama for Northern Europe

Mr Tenzin Tsundue la, Activist, Writer and General Secretary of the Friends of Tibet (India)
Mr Tenzin Choeying la, National Co-ordinator of Students for a Free Tibet India Followed by Q&A session

Venue: Kailash Centre, 7 Newcourt Street, London NW8 7AA (Near Tibet House) Nearest Tube Stn: St. John's Wood When: Sunday 2nd July 2006 from 6 - 8pm

Refreshment available Visit more about Ten Tsundue la www.tibetanyouthuk.org/tibetanactivist.htm

July 1st - Reject China's railway to Tibet

Come and Join the protest against the launch of China's Railway to Tibet on Saturday July 1st. The Chinese government claims that this railway will benefit Tibetans and is a project that all Tibetan want. They tell the media and the world that the railway will bring progress and positive benefits to Tibetan. But we know the truth: China's railway to Tibet is not meant to benefit Tibetans and is only meant to consolidate Beijing's control over the region. Rise up and show your solidarity with Tibetans in Tibet by REJECTING THE RAILWAY.

Help us show Beijing that while they may have completed the railway, the fight is not over and Tibetans will continue to resist China's illegal occupation of Tibet. There are two ways you can show your solidarity.

1. Join the Tibetan Youth UK and SFTUK protest outside the Chinese Embassy in London which will form part of global demonstrations at Chinese embassies and consulates on this day. 49-51 Portland Place, London

2. show that July 1st is a black day for Tibet by wearing a black armband from now until July1st. Take of photo of you wearing your armband and email it to photos@studentsforafreetibet.org. Check out the photos on http://www.rejecttherailway.com

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

National Uprising Day 11th March-London

Saturday 11 March - Uprising Day

On 10th March 1959, Tibetan people in Lhasa rose up against China’s occupation of Tibet. In the immediate aftermath thousands of innocent Tibetan men, women and children either disappeared or were killed. Despite these horrific consequences, in the intervening 47 years the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in Exile have adhered to and sustained a unique campaign advocating non-violent means to find justice for Tibet and its people.

Whilst the government continues its war on terror show your support for Tibet and demonstrate your support for campaigning by peaceful means, by joining the Freedom March through London.

After the March come and enjoy Tibetan culture, music and food and find out more about Tibet at a cultural event fro 2.30pm in Westminster Cathedral Hall.


Gather from 11am at the Chinese Embassy, 49-51 Portland Place, London W1
March begins
11.30am. Please wear red, blue or yellow, the colours of the Tibetan flag.

Rally outside Westminster Cathedral, Victoria Street, SW1, from 12.30-1pm approx. Nearest tube: Victoria.

Guest speakers: Namdrol Lhamo and Gyaltsen Drolkar, ex political prisoners (two of the Drapchi nuns) and Harry Cohen MP, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Tibet


From 2.30pm in Westminster Cathedral Hall, Ambrosden Avenue, London, SW1 (to the side of Westminster Cathedral).
Free admission but donations for Tibetan Commemorative Committee very welcome!

The cultural event is organised by the Tibetan Commemorative Committee – the Office of Tibet, the Tibetan Community in Britain & the Tibet Society.

Uprising day is organised by: Free Tibet Campaign, Students for a Free Tibet UK, Tibetan Community in Britain, Tibetan Youth UK, Tibet Society of the UK .

Sunday, February 05, 2006

Leadership programme and party on 11th feb 2006

SFTUK and TYUK present

Leadership Programme and get-together party on the 11th Feb 2006

This is the first ever joint venture of Students for Free Tibet(SFTUK) and Tibetan Youth in UK (TYUK).Everyone is requested to make the most of it and attend in great number would be appreciated.You will get the chance to meet some of the active and most inspiring people in Tibet movement. Along with that you will also learn how to make the campaign more effective and practical. Everyone is welcome for a weekend of training, networking and fun.

Programme will include the following:

1.Effective campaigning and non-voilent direct action training.
2.The current situation in Tibet.
3.Media training.
4.Blogging and online action.
6.How to run a group.
7.Screening of Destiny's Child (documentary on the exile tibetan youth)

Venue: SOAS, Russell square, London.
Date:11th february 2006
Time:10am to 6pm
Lunch provided
Nearest Tube: Russell Square http://tinyurl.com/79btj
You are kindly requested to register and mail your name at the earliest to : dhargyal77@yahoo.com

Those who come from far and wide will get a free accommodation for the weekend at Kailash centre.Don't forget to bring your own sleeping bag as you are not likely to get a warm cuddle.
And finally come along for the get-together evening party to enjoy various music:Hip-Hop, pop, R&B, Tibetan and Hindi Pop.

At the Nelsons
Warrent Street,London.
Nearest Tube: Warren Street
Buses: 24, 29, 27 and 30
Free Entry

For more information please contact;
Alice- 07786982222

Looking forward to see you


Let's show our strength !!!! BHOD_GYALO

Friday, December 09, 2005

Candle Light Vigil & Protest at the Chinese Embassy on Sat 10 Dec 4-6pm

Dear friend,

Recently, our brothers & sisters in Tibet was imprisoned and killed by China during Patriotic Education campaign in the monasteries & nunneries in Tibet. Around 400 monks staged a mass non-violent protest against China to call for the release of the arrested monks and refused to denounce His Holiness the Dalai Lama as "Separatist" and to accept "Tibet is part of China". Perhaps this might be one of the biggest protests ever held after a decade of severe restriction and religious repression in Tibet. The tenth [10th] December is observe as the International Human Rights Day throughout the world. But China continues to torture and violate human rights in Tibet.

The recent crackdown on the Tibetan monks and nunsí peaceful protest stand in stark contrast to assurances by Chinese President Hu Jintao that human rights is improving in Tibet. Hu Jintao is said to have made these assurances during the latest
visits of US President George Bush to China, followed by the visits of UN
Special Rapporteur on Torture, Mr. Manfred Nowak in Tibet.

Let's stand united to protest against the Chinese regime and to show solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Tibet.
To observe the International Human Rights Day, Tibetan Youth in UK is holding candle-light vigil and protest at the Chinese Embassy in London on 10th December 2004 at 4-6 pm.
Join the protest and candle light vigil. We do apologize for the short notice, but hope that you will definitely come to voice for the voiceless people.

What: Candle Light Vigil and Protest
When: Saturday, 10th December 2005 @ 4-6 pm
Where: The Chinese Embassy, 49-51 Portland Place, London W1B 1JL
(Nearest tubes: Great Portland St/Oxford Circus)
Street Map:

Yours sincerely,

Contact: +44-7725501995
E-mail: tibetanyouthinuk@yahoo.co.uk
Visit: www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Thursday, December 01, 2005

16th Anniversary of HH Dalai Lama Nobel Peace Prize

Saturday 10th December 2005 His Holiness the Dalai Lama Nobel Peace prize award 16th Anniversary

The Tibetan Community in Britain and the Tibet Foundation are happy to announce the following event celebrating the Dalai Lama's Nobel Peace Prize anniversary which will be held on Saturday 10th December 2005.
Some traditional songs and dances will follow the meal and the later part of this evening will see everyone dancing on their favourite Disco tunes.
Come along and let's celebrate all together!
Venue: Highbury Roundhouse, 71 Ronalds Road, London N5 1XB Street Map
Nearest tube: Highbury & Islington Tupe Map
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Dinner served: 7:30pm
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Tuesday, November 01, 2005

An Evening to Remember !!!

Dear Friends,
Tibetan Youth UK and SFT invite everyone for a “Get Together” and a party to thank you all for your dedication and support during Chinese president’s state visit in UK. Our campaign & demonstration have been very successful as demonstrated in various media.
It would not have been possible without your support. We are at the preliminary stage of setting Tibetan Youth UK to express the views of younger generation of Tibetans. There has been talk & discussion about setting a Tibetan Youth Movement here in UK to further the cause of Tibet and it has been well received by many Tibetans so far.
We believe it is important that we make our voices heard as Youths of today, we shoulder the responsibility for The Future of Tibet.
Please join us for the discussion at this very important time and participation from all age groups will be appreciated.
“Let’s take this important step together hand in hand to realise our dream so that future generations of Tibetans do not have to go through what we went through.”
Venue : Rampart, 15-17 Rampart St, London E1 2LA (Off Commercial Rd)
Start : 25th Nov 05 Friday 7pm – 2am
Music : Tibetan, Bollywood, R‘n’B, Hip Hop & Trance
Tube : Aldgate East, Whitechapel & Shadwell
Bus : 15, 25 & 205
Contact : 07786982222 & 07725501995
Web : http://www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com/ & http://www.sftuk.org/
Email : alice@sftuk.org & tibetanyouthinuk@yahoo.co.uk
Donation : £3
Map : http://www.streetmap.co.uk/newmap.srf?x=534641&y=181230&z=0&sv=E1+2la&st=2&pc=E1+2la&mapp=newmap.srf&searchp=newsearch.srf
Note : Momo & Drinks will be available for Sale !!!