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Tibetan culture of nonviolence and peace worth preserving: Dalai Lama

Ancient Italian city of Rho, presenting His Holiness the Dalai Lama with honorary citizenship at the start of his talk in Milan, Italy on October 22, 2016. Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDLMilan, Italy — "My concern now is with keeping Tibetan culture and identity alive," His Holiness the Dalai Lama said, adding that its "a culture of non-violence and peace, its worth preserving."

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Dalai Lama: 'In the long run, the power of truth is much stronger' Photo: DWHamburd, Germany: - On the sidelines of his visit to Hamburg, the Dalai Lama talked exclusively to DW about his optimism for Tibet, the situation in Iraq and Syria, and the growing number of Tibetan Buddhists in China.

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Strasbourg Proposal 1988

His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet. Photo: Outlook Tibet

We are living today in a very interdependent world.  One nation's problem can no longer be solved by itself.  Without a sense of universal responsibility our very survival is in danger.  I have, therefore, always believed in the need for better understanding, closer co-operation, and greater respect among the various nations of the world.  The European Parliament is an inspiring example.

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Speech of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to the European Parliament, Strasbourg

His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet. Photo: HHDLO

October 14, 2001: Madame Speaker, Honourable Members of the Parliament, ladies and gentlemen.
It is a great honour for me to address the European Parliament.  I believe the European Union is an inspiring example for a cooperative and peaceful co-existence among different nations and peoples and deeply inspiring for people like myself who strongly believe in the need for better understanding, closer cooperation, and greater respect among the various nations of the world.

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Middle Way Approach For Resolving the Issue of Tibet

His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet. Photo: HHDLO

The Middle-Way Approach is proposed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama to peacefully resolve the issue of Tibet and to bring about stability and co-existence between the Tibetan and Chinese peoples based on equality and mutual co-operation. It is also a policy adopted democratically by the Central Tibetan Administration and the Tibetan people through a series of discussions held over a long time. This brief introduction to the Middle-Way policy and its history is intended for the Tibetan people inside and outside Tibet - and all those interested - to have a better understanding of the issues involved.

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Five Point Peace Plan

His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet. Photo: HHDLO

The world is increasingly interdependent, so that lasting peace - national, regional and global - can only be achieved if we think in terms of broader interest rather than parochial needs.  At this time, it is crucial that all of us, the strong and the weak, contribute in our own way.

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