Category Archives: Opinions
What is your identity?
20 January 2015 | Tenzin Namdak
"The Tibetan people will remain alive as distinct from other nationals as long as the Tibetan language exists." ...
PS Never give up
15 January 2015 | Eeha J Singh
Don't let your exile experience get the best of you by tying weights to your ankles. You are a strong people. I am with you, the world is with you. ...
Tibet, The Road Ahead
3 December 2014 | Pam Tenzin Phuntsok
It isn’t Tibetans alone who are fighting for freedom. There are Uyghurs, Manchurians, Mongolians, and even Han Chinese are constantly involved in the freedom struggle. ...
Sizing up Xi’s “Friendly Overture” – Part I
12 November 2014 | Lobsang Yeshi
Xi’s lofty rhetoric about friendship, assuring India of the need to "work together to carry forward the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence" has failed to match genuine actions, as always. ...
Protests making Dalai Lama more popular
10 November 2014 | Lobsang Wangyal
The protesters may think that they bring bad press for the Dalai Lama, but they only focus more attention on him, and end up making him more popular. ...
Hong Kong: China missing an opportunity
10 October 2014 | Lobsang Wangyal
Here is an opportunity for China to open up and bring itself into the 21st century. But the bosses in Beijing are still keeping themselves (and their over one billion people) in the darkness. ...
The Scottish referendum: A cause of worry for China?
26 September 2014 | Lobsang Wangyal
Scotland's historic referendum which resulted in a vote for "no independence" from Britain has been watched with interest around the world. Tibetans had mixed feelings, while Beijing followed it with concern. ...
Scots NO for Independence: What it Means for China and Tibet?
25 September 2014 | Denzi Yishey
When people cherish the freedom and see the benefit of staying in One Big Union, its proven now that they do not see the benefits of separation. ...
Modi’s India: From idealism to pragmatism
22 September 2014 | Vijay Kranti
Mr Modi's style has made a drastic shift of Indian polity from a six-decade-old Nehruvian suicidal idealism to a pragmatic and self-respecting style for which Sardar Patel has been always remembered and respected. ...
Xi visit brings new opportunities amid old challenges
16 September 2014 | Vijay Kranti
Irrespective of the final outcome of Chinese President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to India, it surely marks a unique and qualitative change in India-China relations. ...