Past Events

HH Karmapa Chenrezig Empowermment Sunday June 18th, 2017

Venue: Thrangu Monastery

This event is specifically geared for the Tibetan community.

All tickets for this event are SOLD OUT.


Vancouver Canada Day Celebrations and Tibetan Parade 

Come and join the first participation of an official Tibetan group in the Canada day parade this year. 

We will have an official Tibetan group represent us in the parade.

Date: July 2nd, 2017  @5pm onwards

For details check the canada day celebrations website-


Tibetan Women Soccer Team Friendly Match

Come and watch a friendly match between the visiting Tibetan Women Soccer team and the local Tibetan soccer team.

Date: July 2nd, 2017 @ 5pm

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama Nobel Peace Prize Anniversary Celebration - December 10, 2011

Read a warm message of support and recognition from the Office of the Mayor of the City of Surrey. More...

Live Webcasts from the 2012 Kalachakra Initaition

There will be live webcasts from the Kalachakra Teaching in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, India, from January 1-10, 2012. His Holiness the Dalai Lama will be teaching in Tibetan and there will be live webcasts in English, Chinese, Russian and Tibetan languages.

For more information:

Sept. 13, 10am  Transition Home Inauguration - Tibetan Resettlement Project of BC              

 To welcome the newcomers from Tibet and to bless the newly established transition home in Burnaby, BC.

Dec 14, 6pm Potluck at Masonic Hall                                                                                              

 To commemorate the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to His Holiness the Dalai Lama in 1989, we will celebrate with a potluck dinner at the Masonic Hall in New Westminister (508 Agnes Street).

Dec 10th, 6-7:30pm Candlelight Vigil at the Chinese Consulate                                                  

 In recognition and support of Human Rights Day, TCS and CTC are organizing a candlelight vigil

November 9th,2013 meeting in Tsengdok Monastery at 4pm .Regarding His Holiness Visit.

Nov 5th 8pm Film and Slideshow at Trout Lake Community Centre                                      

 Film screening of "Vultures of Tibet" and a slideshow of nomadic Tibet

TIBET FEST Vancouver

August 3rd, 2013 

from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

 at VanDusen Botanical Garden

5251 Oak St, Vancouver

Proceeds will go towards the Tibetan Resettlement Project, and for the Language, Art and Culture preservation of Tibetan youth in British Columbia.

Tibet Fest 2012: youtube link -


Prayers for Martyrs


Jan 15th 10:30 am - 1:00 pm

Venue: Tsengdok Monastery
16th Self Immolation incidents happened since March 2011, and it is not stopping.. more details about the recent incidents are below:
Two former Tibetan monks have set themselves on fire on January 6, 2012 in Ngaba, Amdo, Tibet in the latest of several self-immolation protests against Chinese rule.

Even before any reasonable amounts of details, including the names, of the two Tibetan youths, including a monk, who immolated themselves while protesting against Chinese rule in Ngaba County of Sichuan Province on Jan 6 emerged, there has been yet another report of a similar self-immolation protest. The new incident took place in Darlag (Chinese: Dari) County of Golog Prefecture in Qinghai Province on Jan 8 and involved a respected 42-year-old monk named Sonam Wangyal, or Sopa Rinpoche, who died on the scene, reported (Radio Free Asia, Washington) and other sources Jan 8. It cited witnesses as saying hundreds of angry Tibetans forced the Chinese authorities to return his body, which they then paraded in the streets.

In reports coming out of Tibet, a self-immolation by a Tibetan layman earlier today in Ngaba, eastern Tibet, has triggered a mass demonstration resulting in the death of one woman due to bullet wounds. The self-immolation, the 16th since March last year, occurred at around 1.30 pm Tibet time in the distraught Ngaba region. Currently, there are not many details available on the Tibetan man but he is believed to be dead.

Let's come together and pray for all the Brave Souls of Tibet, and May Peace Prevail in Tibet soon.