The HISTORY OF TIBET can be traced back to the early 7th century when the various tribes and clans living on the high plateau succeeded in uniting as a confederation. In AD 821, Tibet and China engraved their relationship into stone – a pillar which still stands today in the heart of Lhasa in front of the Jokhang Temple.
For easy REFERENCE, the Canada Tibet Committee compiles newsletters, reports, and media releases on its website. It also hosts a unique archive of more than 20,000 international news stories (WTN ARCHIVE) dating back to 1992.
The Canada Tibet Committee is building a PHOTO library with a selection of images documenting the Tibetan community’s story in Canada since 1971 including highlights from the CTC’s key events and achievements.