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Mr. Tashi Namgyal

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North American Member

Local Address: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Tibetan Parliament

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • B.Com degree
    Delhi University
  • University of California at Santa Barbara
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TIBETODAY - Congressman, Rights Advocates Express Solidarity with Tibetans at Washington DC Rally, 2 Sept 2012 [cached]
Mr Tashi Namgyal, a member of Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile from north America, handed over the torch to Mr Karma Gyatsho, President of the Capital Area Tibetan Association.
Following welcome remarks by CATA's Passang Tsering, Mr Tashi Namgyal said the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile has initiated the global flame of truth relay in view of the deteriorating human rights situation and the increasing number of self-immolations in Tibet.
He called on the international community and the United Nations to heed the aspirations of the Tibetan people. He said, "We would like to call on the UN, the international community, organisations and individuals who support freedom and justice to carry out thorough investigations to find out the truth about the situation in Tibet. The United Nations needs to be reminded that the Tibetans, too, are members of the global community and the UN has the responsibility to safeguard the Tibetan people, as it is doing in the case of the people of Libya, Syria, East Timor, etc."
In a specific appeal to the United States, he said, "As we meet here in Washington, DC, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is arriving in China this week , and so I call upon the United States Administration to raise the issue of Tibetan self-immolations with the Chinese leaders and to express its strongest condemnation of China's policies in Tibet that are leading to the dire situation in Tibet."
He added, "It is fitting that we are gathered at a spot that has been named Freedom Plaza to honour American civil rights leader Martin Luther King. While we are already sending a strong message to Tibet and China from this relay, let us all salute the courage and determination of the Tibetans in Tibet and rededicate ourselves to doing everything possible so that there is end to their suffering. May the sun of freedom shine quickly on the Land of Snows."
Tashi Namgyal, member of Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile from north America, speaking at the flame of truth relay in Washington, DC, on 2 September 2012
Tashi Namgyal, member of Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile from north America, speaking at the flame of truth relay in Washington, DC, on 2 September 2012
The North American member of the ..., 2 Aug 2012 [cached]
The North American member of the Tibetan Parliament, Tashi Namgyal, wrote a protest letter to Icon Shoe. "I came across shoes with image of Lord Buddha on it, manufactured by your company. I was totally shocked and dismayed at being so insensitive," wrote Namgyal. "Lord Buddha is worshipped by millions of people around the world including the writer of this letter... Therefore, I would like to strongly urge your company to recall every merchandise sold with Buddha's image and stop not only selling such merchandises but manufacture of such products. Above all, I want you to tender unqualified apology posted on your website," Tashi demanded. Based out of Palm Desert, California, ICON was launched in 1999 by a Hollywood filmmaker and art collector.
"He is a living spirit of ..., 10 April 2008 [cached]
"He is a living spirit of the people in Tibet, so we don't see anything to do at this time," said Tashi Namgyal, president of the Tibet Association of Washington.
19/07/2008, H.H. the Dalai Lama Visits ... [cached]
19/07/2008, H.H. the Dalai Lama Visits Wisconsin On A Historic Visit »» Madison, WI, USA, 18 July 2008 (By Marilee Wertlake) - His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama was warmly greeted at the Madison airport by a number of dignitaries including Wisconsin State Senate President Fred Risser, Director and Abbot of Deer Park Buddhist Center Geshe Llundup Sopa, NATA Coordinator Tashi Namgyal, and President of the Wisconsin Tibetan Association, Lobsang Tenzin.
1983_1986 TYC Centrex, 26 Nov 2008 [cached]
TASHI NAMGYAL (General Secretary 1983-86 and 1986-89): An alumni of the CST Panchmari. He has a B.Com degree from Delhi University. While at Dharamsala, he worked with the RTYC, and was TYC representative at Delhi form 1979 to 1983. He attended many international conferences relating to Buddhism and youth on behalf of TYC and TYBA. He began serving CTA since 1972 and was the Representative of the Office of Tibet in Kathmandu, Nepal. In between, he did various stints in Bhutan, at Security Office, at the Department of Health etc.
LOBSANG TSULTRIM (Uncle) (Info. Secy 1983-86; Cul. Secy 1986-89; Ed. Tib. Rangzen): Completed his schooling from CST Mussoorie in 1975 and B.A. from Chandigarh. Was President of the RYTC Chandigarh. Served CTA at the Information Office many years where worked on a project to prepare a definitive map of Tibet and helped start an audio-visual section. In 1985, he went to England for a special in cinematography, he go a USIA scholarship in 1992 and attended University of California at Santa Barbara to further enhance his audio-visual skills. He was also the chief editor of the Voice of Tibet.
LODOE SANGPO (Public Relations Officer 1983-86; Finance Secretary 1986-89): He did his schooling at Central School for Tibetans, Shimla. He was the President of RTYC, Darjeeling. He joined and served with the Special Frontier Force from 1973 to 1976. He worked as Executive member of Indo-Tibetan Friendship Association, Dharamsala and President of Tibetan Freedom Movement, Dharamsala. He also acts as Treasurer of the National Democratic Party of Tibet. At present, he is an advocate and also a member of Dharamsala Local Tibetan Assembly.
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