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March 10th Rally @ Downtown Seattle

What: March 10th Uprising
Date: March 10th, 2016 @ WestLake Mall, Downtown Seattle
Time: 3:45pm – 6:00pm

TAW Board members will be organizing rally next Thursday to commemorate March 10th uprising.  We will also hold candle light vigil for the two young Tibetan souls who have lost their lives in self immolated this week.  We would like to request every Tibetan and friends of Tibet to show your support and participate in the rally.  Board members will visit Governor’s office in Olympia on March 10th morning to submit memorandum.

LOSAR Celebration- Rabjung 2143, year of Fire Monkey

Feb 9th, Tuesday at 10am – Sakya Monastery
First day of Losar Celebration at Sakya Gonpa.

Feb 20th, Saturday at 5:30pm – North Seattle Community College
TAW Losar Party with performances from our TLCC children, Trisong ladies and a special performance from our new TLCC dance teacher Tsering Dolkar la.

Tibetan Association of Washington Press Release

We are organizing this protest during Xi Jinping’s visit to United States so that he can hear us directly and also urge our local leaders as well as world leaders to lead a global effort to stop future deaths and encourage negotiations between the Chinese government and His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s representatives. It’s a known fact that there is an increase in repression under the new leadership of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Since March 2009, 143 Tibetans have set themselves on fire and are the direct result of China’s harsh suppression of Tibetan culture, language and religion. Most of the self-immolations occurred in the Himalayan region in response to China’s escalating attempts to stifle Tibetans’ peaceful political expression and public religious veneration of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Many Tibetans also oppose China’s compulsory “patriotic education” programs for Tibetan monks and nuns, as well as new laws expanding Chinese control over the selection of Buddhist religious leaders. Religious freedom conditions for Tibetan Buddhists remain particularly acute as the government broadened its efforts to discredit and imprison spiritual leaders, control the selection of Buddhist reincarnations, ban peaceful religious and cultural songs, poems and writings. The Chinese government’s policies have led to significant religious freedom abuses and nurtured deep resentments among Tibetan people.


TLCC Annual Benefit Dinner

The Tibetan Association of Washington
Invites you to our
Children’s Tibetan Language & Cultural Class
Annual Benefit Dinner

@ Shoreline Conference Center
18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155

Saturday, October 24th, 2015
5:00pm – 10:30pm
Tickets: $50 adult
$15 children 10 & under (babies in arms are free)

There will be: Music, Delicious Tibetan Cuisine, Student Performances, Silent Auction and Dancing
Dress: cocktail / Losar Festive

For Tickets; email:

Tibetan Association of Washington is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and your donation is tax deductible on the extent allowable by law.