Must We Love the Party?

Whatever reasoning compelled the prime minister to make this statement, it has stretched the Middle Way policy to an extent where it makes absolutely no sense.

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The Tibetan Resolution

Whatever we spoke for was all for the freedom of Tibet and our main concern was for our brethren inside Tibet who are living under Chinese occupation.

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Why the march matters

What we exile Tibetans can do is to strengthen our democratic foundations by exercising our rights to free expression and action.

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Tibet at a Crossroads

Given that China is a totalitarian state, there is no way it can accept the Middle Way approach without itself first undergoing a major transformation.

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Conflicts of Duality: Call of an Exile Poet

Review of book Conflicts of Duality by Bhuchung Sonam

Tempting as it is to quote and discuss more lines from this book, I would prefer the readers make their own judgement. But the temptation itself speaks to how profound an experience the read would be. For Tibetan readers, it will be like venturing into the familiar terrain as one after another recognisable characters/images pop up every now and then.

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After the Dalai Lama

With so much energy and spirit, perhaps the Dalai Lama can begin to accomplish in life what many fear can happen only after his death.

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