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The Tibetan Association of Boston (TAB) is a non-profit organization that strives to preserve and promote the unique Tibetan cultural tradition within the Tibetan community and further the just cause of Tibet.


TAB’s main goals are:

  • To raise awareness about the Chinese occupation of Tibet 
    and the plight of the Tibetan people.
  • To show unwavering support for the leadership of 
    H.H. the Dalai Lama and the Central Tibetan Administration in Exile
  • To revive, preserve and promote Tibet’s unique religious 
    and cultural heritage
  • To educate the younger generation of Tibetan-Americans 
    about their history, religion and culture
  • To initiate and maintain unity among Tibetan organizations
    in North America




Commemorating the 25th Birthday of 11th Panchen Lama Gendun Choekyi Nyima

TAB is organizing prayer service & Tsok offering for Panchen Lama on his 25th Birthday for his long life and immediate release from Chinese custody.

When: Friday April 25, 2014 at 6:00pm

Where: Kurukulla Center, 68 Magoun Ave · Medford

For more info on Panchen Lama visit: http://freetibet.org/about/political-prisoners-panchen-lama


The Tibetan Genocide hosted by TAB/ Armenian Americans

Sunday, April 27 at 2:00pm to 4 pm 65 Main St, Watertown, MA 02472

Armenian Museum of America will present a joint commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, the Tibetan Genocide and the Genocide in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

As it has been the custom in recent years, each April, The Armenian Museum of America commemorate with other victim groups. Armenian-Americans understandably focus each April on commemorating the Armenian Genocide. The Armenian Genocide provided a blueprint for all too many Genocides in the 20th century. Sadly, Genocides continue; only the victims change.

This year’s joint commemoration will feature talks by Tendor Tibet Dorjee བསྟན་རྡོར་, former executive director of Students for a Free Tibet, Anthony Kasongo, executive director of Congolese Genocide Awareness, Inc., and Khatchig Mouradian, editor of the Armenian Weekly. Photographic exhibitions on Tibet By Sonam Zoksang, and the Museum’s Traveling Armenian Genocide Exhibit will be on display in the 3rd floor galleries. The Museum’s permanent Armenian Genocide exhibition is on display on the 2nd floor.


Lhakar (Boston Tibet Vigil) Every Wednesday 6:30pm -8:00pm at Harvard Square Pit.

In the spirit of community, human rights, and cultural pride, we, the members of the Tibetan community of Boston, will hold a vigil in Harvard Square every Wednesday evening from 6:30 - 8pm. These gatherings will serve many purposes and will be held until Tibetans inside Tibet are able to enjoy the freedoms that are the birthright of all humans.