Chinese Intellectual Willing To Be Messenger Of Dalai Lama’s Middle Way Policy

A Chinese intellectual has expressed his willingness to act as the messenger of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Middle Way Policy. The Chinese professor made this statement during the commemoration of the 58th Tibetan National Uprising Day in New York according to the official report in website of Central Tibetan Administration.

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The Dalai Lama Is Not A Separatist: Chinese Dissident

A Chinese dissident named Han Lianchao, a former officer of Chinese Foreign Ministry writes an article titled as ‘The Dalai Lama is an Anti-separatist element’. In this article, Dr. Han Lianchao explains why the Dalai Lama is not a separatist as the Chinese claims. He explains that he himself was once one of those who believed in this Chinese propaganda and why he has changed his mind. The following is an excerpt of the article which is intended to prove his own findings of why the Dalai Lama has never been as separatist as the Chinese claims:

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TYC Stands Firm To Seek Complete Independence For Tibet

Tibetan Youth Congress, the largest non-governmental Tibetan organization in exile concluded their 16th General Body Meeting in Dharamshala today. This meeting was holding a decision making responsibility of whether the TYC’s stand on Tibetan struggle be changed to Middle Way Policy from their original stand of seeking complete independence for Tibet since their inception and with the majority, the TYC is set to stand firm to its original stand.

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Reunification Of TYC: Bangalore Rejoins TYC Centrex After Mundgod

In the latest happenings from the ongoing regional tour by the Central president Tenzin Jigme and general secretary Tashi Lamsang, the long separated regional chapter Bangalore has rejoined the Tibetan Youth Congress centrex. Now Bangalore becomes the second chapter to rejoin the centrex after Mundgod joined it two days ago.

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Tibetan Parliamentary Elections in Exile: Glitches and Prospects 

This Tibetan implementation of democracy “from the top down” contrasts to the traditional and conventional transition and struggle of Democracy by people across countries in the world. This uniquely different Tibetan democracy was born in exile in India with the formalisation of the Draft Constitution for the Future Tibet on March 10, 1963, and the subsequent adoption of the Charter of the Tibetans in Exile on 14 June, 1991.

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