As the anniversary of the failed Tibetan uprising comes and goes once again, Australia's response to the continuing fallout is a deafening silence.
Passing the marriage equality bill through the lower house, travelling to remote India to meet with the Dalai Lama; it's business as usual for Senator Derryn Hinch
A construction boom and Chinese tourism has transformed the road to Lhasa. The way to Shangri-La is now congested with Tibetan truckies, migrant labourers and 4WDs. Journalist Michael Woodhead reports from Kangding.
Over 400 people have been killed and 10,000 injured in a series of earthquake in the Tibetan region of China, with this photo gallery showing rescuers desperately scrambling through collapsed buildings.
They used to be BFFs, but worried about upsetting China, US President Obama has now put off meeting with exiled Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama, drawing criticism from both sides of politics. Even Dubbya didn't risk that kind of bad karma.
The mayor of Memphis, Tennessee, Myron Lowery recently met the Dalai Lama. The traditional greeting is to bow your head with your hands in prayer -- but Lowery opted instead for a "fist-bump" and an enthusiastic "Well, hello ... Dalai!" He explains why.
The Washington Post provides a bit of context and background to some of the largest of the 56 ethnic groups living within China's borders.
As the current Dalai Lama grows older, the question of just how the next Tibetan Buddhist leader will be chosen is growing more complicated.