Kamal Joshi for Republic World
Penpa Tsering, the president or Sikyong of the Himachal Pradesh-based Tibetan government-in-exile, on Monday, October 4, called upon Taiwanese Ambassador H.E. Baushuan Ger. The two discussed issues of mutual concern and interest.
“Sikyong Penpa Tsering called upon Taiwanese Ambassador H.E. Baushuan Ger at his office and discussed issues of mutual concern and interest for about an hour today, in addition to diplomats of some other countries,” Tsering tweeted.
The Central Tibetan Administration or Tibetian Government-in-exile is based in Dharamsala. It works for the Tibetan exile community in India. It runs several schools, health services and developmental projects for the Tibetan community. More than 1,000 refugees still arrive every year from China via the Nepal border.