Chinese students organizations abroad are government funded and according to an article in Forbes written by Anders Cor, he writes that such students organizations should be banned. The article published on Sunday in Forbes says that since the government is using many of such groups in foreign countries for imposing government propaganda, such groups should be banned.Read more
His Holiness the Dalai Lama said that the ancient Indian values and knowledge are not ancient, it is most relevant. Stating it relevance to the present world, he said that these ancient Indian values must be revived in the country. He also said that these values if it goes along with the modern science will be worthy for the society.Read more
Climate Change in Tibet has become a topic for debate in recent times. His Holiness the Dalai Lama and most recently Dr. Lobsang Sangay, the President of Central Tibetan Administration have expressed their concerns about Tibet’s climate change. Speaking to a gathering at University of Otago, New Zealand, the Tibetan PM said that it is one of the biggest challenges before Tibet. However, to dismiss it as a regional challenge will be akin to just looking at the tip of the iceberg.Read more
His Holiness the Dalai Lama has voiced his concerns over changes in Tibetan Ecology. Speaking at an event at his residence in Dharmashala he said that he is very concerned about the climate change particularly in Himalayan region and Tibet. He also said that India has every right to be concerned about Tibet and its ecology.Read more
China’s reaction over the recent course of events in India reveals their Tibet like ambitions over the Arunachal Pradesh, India’s state bordering Tibet then, now the China occupied Tibet. The most blatant claim from the Chinese media is that the people of Arunachal Pradesh are unhappy over India’s illegal rule.Read more
On 28th March 2017, Greater Noida near New Delhi witnessed one of the most atrocious acts of racial paranoia sparked by volatile behaviour of stereotyping. Men, armed with chairs and dustbins, lashed out at innocent Nigerian students who were out shopping at the Ansal Plaza mall. Despite knowing that they did not pose as an immediate threat, the violent mob viciously beat them and tried, desperately, to kill them as soon as possible.Read more
Chinese establishment is known for its iron fist that it shamelessly uses every now and then to bring dissenters into submission. Despite this an 81 year old monk makes a nuclear power and an emerging super power nervous simply by making an innocuous joke that was part of answer to a very difficult question .
The answer of Chinese paranoia of the Dalai Lama lies in the moral strength and soft power that His Holiness stands to embody.
During this program, one of the most interesting experience was the meeting with Tibetans. I met with Tibetan participants from Tibet and Nepal. After exploring some common origins between Tibet and Baltistan, we became close friends. We expanded our discussions and shared our deeper insight on the history, civilization and culture and language of both Tibet and Baltiyul (the former name of today’s Baltistan).Read more
China extending Tibet policies to Muslims in Uyghur. Going by the recent oppression in the restive province Xinjiang, it appears that China is now extending the policies it has used in Tibet to Uyghur Muslims.
China has been denying basic liberty and freedom of expression. In fact there is not even a semblance of it Tibet. The Chinese have resorted to changing the demographics of Tibet and have not allowed Tibetan culture to flourish in the same way that it has over the past several thousand years.
Lukar Jam Atsock, a fierce proponent of complete independence for Tibet and a critique of the Dalai Lama, has been the face of condemnation for many Tibetans. His poem for the late Elliot Sperling where he expressed that the historian should’ve lived for 113 years drew immediate censure from people online and which eventually resulted in the vandalization of his vehicle outside his residence in Dharamsala.Read more