Category Archives: Opinions
Tibetan nannies: The Gold Standard
30 September 2017 | Ugyen Gyalpo
Tibetan nannies have earned a name for themselves in the world of childcare among the elite populace that resides in the most expensive real estate in the world, Manhattan. ...
Should Aung San Suu Kyi be blamed for Rohingya crisis?
19 September 2017 | NS Venkataraman
Critics of Aung San Suu Kyi say that she is all-powerful in Myanmar today and should be squarely blamed for the present Rohingya crisis in Myanmar. ...
Myanmar’s noble lady in distress
16 September 2017 | Laden Tshering Samdup
The Myanmar issue needs to be handled with compassion to both sides and to prevent at all cost another democratic nation falling under the despotic rule of China. ...
China’s drive to dominate Asia not to go unchallenged
11 September 2017 | NS Venkataraman
By several of its recent acts in other regions in the world, China has given a clear signal that it wants to dominate Asia and emerge as the superpower in the world. ...
Manufacturing misguided protests in Tibet-bordering Northeast India
9 September 2017 | Nava Thakuria
Can Assam be placed on a red-hot pan anytime by a few motivated leaders, even though for a wrong reason? ...
Comedy of errors in the land of Konchog Sum
3 September 2017 | Laden Tshering Samdup
In any case Buddha-hood is beyond the reach of most of us. We have to make do with whatever Tibetan Buddhism has to offer us to make our stay in this samsara as comfortable as possible. ...
Will China occupy Bhutan as it did Tibet?
30 August 2017 | NS Venkataraman
India should not make the mistake of allowing China to enter Bhutan, as India did in the case of Tibet earlier. ...
The Dalai Lama Cup
16 August 2017 | Ugyen Gyalpo
More positive vestibules to walk on will foster constructive growth in our youth, and one avenue to that growth is through successful tournaments such as this. ...
Democracy for All
14 August 2017 | Laden Tshering Samdup
Whatever rights a democracy guarantees its citizens, they ultimately converge to give happiness to its citizens and remove their suffering. ...
How can Tibetan exiles support India?
9 August 2017 | Karzechoekyi Gyaltsen
The bond of India and Tibet is not only as neighbouring states from ancient times, but is also due to the emergence of Buddhism from the Indian subcontinent to the Snow Land. ...