Category Archives: Opinions

  • Kunchok Gyatso Division hurts; Unity helps!

    We Tibetans have a responsibility to keep wider perspectives in mind always, to defend our democracy not only for Tibetans -- for the Chinese, and for the world. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Should the Dalai Lama give up the demand for independent Tibet?

    For all the Tibetans across the world, the Dalai Lama has caused great anguish now that he has given up the demand for independent Tibet and wants to be part of China. ...

  • Mila Rangzen Sikyong Lobsang Sangay! Where are Office of Tibet loan records?

    This is not how democracy works. When transparency and accountability are missing, corruption is inevitable. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Grey light of the day

    History will judge for sure the actions of our elected leaders under the microscope for their intentions. ...

  • Mila Rangzen Tibetan unity in peril: Call for massive street protest in Dharamshala

    When we think an issue is this important, we are left with no choice but a massive protest. ...

  • Nava Thakuria China’s unaccountable Myanmar bonanza

    Burma's giant neighbour China maintains its aloofness from the Rohingya crisis, while utilizing the fuel pipelines originated in the trouble-torn Rakhine province of western Burma. ...

  • Anshdeep Kaur Scrapping of the Exit Permit: Wolf in sheep’s clothing

    Passport does not change your Tibetan ethnicity, but it does give you rights to keep Tibet alive here, in India, where you are. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Tibetans should believe independence is possible

    Tibetans should remember that faith and belief have historically changed the tide of misfortune, and that without faith and belief, no cause can be achieved. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Different valleys of resentment

    With Buddhism fading like a fashion trend in the West, and free Tibet movements getting weaker, it’s now left to the Tibetan people to be the sole custodian of our cause. ...

  • Ngawang Choechen A better choice for Tibet than Xi Jinping?

    Since Xi Jinping took power in 2012, China's economy has continued to grow, but the country has also become more authoritarian, with increasing censorship and arrests of human rights lawyer ...