Category Archives: Opinions
China, Tibet, and now Burma
5 September 2016 | Laden Tshering Samdup
Aung San Suu Kyi, who rode to power in Burma as an icon of human rights, appears to have made a volte face with Burma’s recognition of Tibet as part of China. ...
“Identity crisis” — Is that for real?
2 September 2016 | Ugyen Gyalpo
I can't relate my story of Tibetan identity to yours emphatically, and therefore I have opened this door for debate. ...
Will Trump be the choice for American voters?
26 August 2016 | NS Venkataraman
American voters may prefer a warmonger over a soft-spoken person who is yet to prove convincingly that her association with the Clinton Foundation is aboveboard. ...
Clinton vs Trump: Who’s best (or worst) for Tibet issue
24 August 2016 | Tenzin Tsedup
Whoever wins, Tibet needs the next US president to work with us closely, and to firmly deal with China on critical issues facing Tibet, its people and peaceful culture. ...
Independence Day thoughts: Is India paying too big a price for media freedom?
15 August 2016 | NS Venkataraman
The challenge for Mr Modi is on how to build a positive mood and climate in the country in spite of unnecessary negativity of Indian media and activists. ...
China One Belt One Road: Disaster for Sri Lanka
10 August 2016 | Laden Tshering Samdup
The monster that swallowed Tibet is beginning to swallow other neighbouring countries. ...
Mercury’s rising, quite literally!
9 August 2016 | Tenzin Tsedup
One can only hope that the PRC, South Asian countries, and global community act before it is too late. ...
Dreaming gold for Tibet
8 August 2016 | Ugyen Gyalpo
As I watch the Olympics, I see within myself a 12-year-old boy freed from childish innocence and how I now watch the games with different perspective and meaning. ...
Will the US go down with its gun culture?
6 August 2016 | NS Venkataraman
There are strong indications that readily-available guns for everyone is destroying the finest human culture that has sustained mankind for ages. ...
Buddhist faith and the death of Tibet
2 August 2016 | Mila Rangzen
If we introduce some healthy changes to our political system, it could give rise to a glimmer of hope. ...