Tenam

Tenam is a writer and activist, and the creator of the TibetWrites portal. With like-minded friends in Paris, he is one of the founding members of , the first ever French-Tibetan monthly, launched in 2018. Tenam on TibetWrites Articles [6] They say a family that eats together, stays together. In a way we atGangKyi are …

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Europe Tibetan Congress — a bridge to nowhere?

A bucketful of cold, conservative water was poured over this historic meeting at a critical period in our history due to pettiness and unwillingness to move beyond our comfort zones. None of the recommendations moved beyond the regular campaigns and initiatives already being implemented by various Tibetans communities. An opportunity to send a clear message of support to our brethren inside was missed.

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Imagining Tibet

couldn’t help but to think about the paradox that become obvious as the conversation progressed. Here was this man, recounting his experiences about his pilgrimage to India, for him the land where Tibetan Buddhism came from, and a life-changing experience in many ways.

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Largesse of Lies

Chinese propaganda would be a truly frightening thing if it achieved the level of success that the government hopes or believes that it does.

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Food for Thought

They say a family that eats together, stays together. In a way we are an eccentric extended family, yet the longest joke making rounds in Gangkyi is that in the staff mess it’s a race to see who finishes first.

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Games People Play

You might also ask how can denying China the right to host the Olympics for the second time help bring China in the global family?

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A Path Home

What the Tibetans have presented to the world is the extraordinary idea of a whole nation, not just individuals, resisting violence and terror through love and compassion. It is not a new concept in itself, but it is the one that has faced the toughest test of all.

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