Thubten Samphel

Reviews [1]

  • Dreams of the educated-dispossessed Review of Thubten Samphel’s novel Falling through the Roof: This magnificent novel from India — at once elegiac and exuberant — is in itself proof of the Tibetan resilience. 12 March 2009
  • Thubten Samphel was the spokesperson of the exiled Tibetan government, based in Dharamshala.

    • Article on Thubten Samphel at Wikipedia (in French)

    Thubten Samphel on TibetWrites

    Articles [4]

    • Bollywood, Hollywood in Dollywood Dharamshala seems to be getting crowded these days. Earlier, the only crowd was the white crowd of the British Raj. But they left when the empire folded up. 27 December 2007
    • Dharamshala! Dharamshala! So, let’s start with the place, the whole place. Not as it is now, nor as it was, but as it is reflected in literature. 27 December 2007
    • The Right to Be Reborn Denied This was China’s attitude to Buddhism in the days of Mao. Why is China now after the Tibetan sun? The answer lies in history. 29 January 2008
    • Virtual Tibet: The Media The taking of firm roots of a free, boisterous press in the Tibetan refugee community has facilitated the Dalai Lama’s own efforts at the democratisation of the exile Tibetan polity. 27 December 2007

    Reviews [1]

    • Dreams of the educated-dispossessed Review by Tsering Namgyal Khortsa of Thubten Samphel’s novel Falling through the Roof: This magnificent novel from India — at once elegiac and exuberant — is in itself proof of the Tibetan resilience. 12 March 2009

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