Bhuchung K Tsering

Commentator/writer/director of International Campaign for Tibet (ICT). Born in Tibet, and escaped into India after the Chinese occupation of Tibet. He received his BA in English literature from the University of Delhi in 1982. He worked as a staff reporter for the Indian daily, Indian Express, and later joined the Tibetan Government-in-Exile. He worked as the editor of Tibetan Bulletin, the official journal of the Tibetan Government-In-Exile, till 1995. He is currently the director of the International Campaign for Tibet in Washington, D.C. He is a columnist for the Tibetan Review and has contributed to Indian, Tibetan, Swiss, and American journals.

  • Bio page at ICT

Bhuchung K Tsering on TibetWrites

Articles [4]

  • Studying ’Tibetans’ or ’Tibetan’ studies? Tibetans in exile have shown the world that Tibetan culture, although aged, is living and well, thank you. 27 December 2007
  • Tibet’s Second Uprising How will Beijing proceed after the historic Tibetan uprising of March 2008? And how will the Tibetans themselves? 13 April 2008
  • A step in the “Write” direction! Review of Anything for Tibet, My Beloved Country, by Thupten N Chakrishar: A first fictional novel in English by a Tibetan in exile; a first literary output of its nature by a Tibetan student in exile. 27 December 2007
  • Tibetan Culture in the 21st Century An institutionalized system has been established with knowledge of the culture passed on more through the classroom than through living experience. 27 December 2007


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