Category Archives: Opinions

  • Tenzin Tsedup Evolving Tibetan community in North America: Challenges and opportunities

    Tibetan Associations and Cultural Centres are central to the preservation of our cultural heritage including identity and language. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Anguished Fear: Refugee in Trumped America

    To close the door to refugees, who are collecting every bit of courage to rise from the ashes of destruction, is contradictory to the humanitarian values that this country upholds. ...

  • Chewang Ngokhang Books for the President-elect

    It is both amazing and delightful to learn that our President-elect Donald Trump has read several meaningful books. ...

  • Gyalpo Tsering Donald Trump for Tibet: Between the lines

    President Donald Trump would indirectly benefit us more than all the goody-two-shoe US presidents so far -- none have helped us get back home to our country. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Will the Trumpquake create favourable waves for Tibet?

    Trump's China-bashing might actually strengthen the nerves of the suppressed people within China, who probably until now were so used to seeing their leaders being appeased by the world. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Is China scared of the Dalai Lama?

    The moral power of Tibet is gaining strength over the military and economic power of China. It remains to be seen as to how long China can retain its ill-gotten hold on Tibet. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Upon Standing Rock Tibet wails

    What the native Americans have been going through for hundreds of years resonates closely to what my people in Tibet are going through -- the systematic destruction of their civilization. ...

  • NS Venkataraman China’s unreasonable objection to Trump’s Taiwan call?

    The reality is that China and the US depend on each other to a considerable extent. When Trump spoke to the Taiwanese President, he clearly knows this. China cannot walk away from the US. ...

  • Mila Rangzen Trump presidency; minority’s hell

    If America belongs to whites who exterminated 90% of the native Americans to whom it actually belongs, then it certainly belongs to immigrants of colour who simply come here for better lives ...

  • NS Venkataraman Dalai Lama’s visit to Mongolia: The shape of things to come

    Tibetans should use this opening given by Mongolia of receiving the Dalai Lama, and inject more dynamism and impetus to the campaign for freedom of Tibet. ...