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Interesting articles around the web.

  • Buddhist leader sexually assaulted students, report finds

    In a letter to Shambhala members on Monday, Sakyong Mipham acknowledged what he called “relationships” with women in the organization, but stopped short of admitting any sexual misconduct. ...

  • Who is pushing Dalai Lama to surrender to China?

    Dr Sangay’s attempt to present the Dalai Lama’s return to Tibet as the monk’s “last unfulfilled dream”, and his call to Tibetans to make this ‘dream’ a reality, deserves a closer scrutiny. ...

  • New Delhi’s delicate dance over Tibet

    No barter deal, whereby China finally settles the border disputes in return for India eschewing the Dalai Lama, is conceivable. ...

  • US funding interfering in Tibet: Chinese analysts

    The US Congress on Wednesday approved a spending bill which releases $8 million in aid to "the Tibetans inside Tibet" as well as $6 million to "those in exile in India and Nepal". ...

  • Dalai Lama was paid $1 million to endorse women-branding ‘sex cult’

    The religious leader was paid to speak at an event hosted by NXIVM - a self-help organization described by former members as a 'sex cult'. ...

  • Where are China-India ties headed in 2018?

    If India would like to meet China halfway and make concerted effort, 2018 will probably become the best year for their bilateral ties. ...

  • How China got a US senator to do its political bidding

    In its effort to cultivate foreign influence, the Chinese Communist Party boldly mixes economic incentives with requests for political favours. Its dealings with Sen Steve Daines, R-Mont, th ...

  • Dalai’s mobile app another desperate move: experts

    The recent launch of the Dalai Lama's free mobile application is another desperate move to cover his clique's China-splitting political ambition with religious colour ...

  • China urges India to learn lessons from border standoff

    The relationship between China and India is not satisfactory in 2017, though it has maintained an overall trend of development, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Indian counterpart. ...

  • Mao’s strategy, not Nehru’s policy, led to war: Lintner

    It wasn't Jawaharlal Nehru's 'Forward Policy' of 1961 that caused the war with China in 1962. Instead, evidence and insight make it clear that China was planning to attack India since 1959. ...