Tibetan Aid Project The Tibetan Aid Project (TAP) was founded in 1969 by Tarthang Tulku—a leading Tibetan master and teacher to support the courageous efforts of Tibetans to survive in exile and re-establish their rich cultural heritage. TAP is an operation of the Tibetan Nyingma Relief Foundation. It is a 501 c (3) non-profit organization that primarily focuses on raising funds for the production, shipment and distribution of sacred texts,

Seda Monastery, or Larung Wuming Buddhist Institute locates in Seda County of Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Sichuan Province, China. Seda or Sertar means “golden horse” in Tibetan language because people once found horse head shaped gold in the pasture nearby.

Nyingmapa is among the four major schools in Tibetan Buddhism. In China, Nyingmapa six main monasteries include: Kathok Monastery, Palyul Monastery, Shechen Monastery, Dzogchen Monastery, Dorje Drak Monastery, and Mindrolling Monastery.

Tibetan Autumn Mountain Climbing Activities Come to an End, More Than 50 Foreign Mountaineering Teams are Received throughout the Year   Reporters from the Mountain Management Center of Tibet Autonomous Region was informed that the Autumn Tibet mountain climbing activities have been completed on the Oct. 25th, this year Tibet climbing center received a total of more than 50 teams from the United Kingdom, Russia, Austria, Australia and other 30