Category Archives: Opinions
Serving Tibet better by changing with changing times
16 May 2013 | Tsering Choekyap
Different times call for different strategies. What is at stake is how best to ensure the survival of the Tibetan identity, in Tibet and outside. ...
Morals or Money: Dealing with China
7 May 2013 | Jeff Taylor
A recent spat with China over David Cameron’s meeting with the Dalai Lama last year could cost the UK economy some £8 billion. ...
India sings peace to an occupier
30 April 2013 | Brahma Chellaney
India's leadership fails to distinguish between caution and pusillanimity: the former helps to avert problems, but the latter conveys weakness and invites more aggression. ...
A true son of Tibet
28 April 2013
Offering katrin jetren to His Holiness
26 April 2013 | Lobsang Yeshi
I certainly do not agree with Jamyang Norbu's current opinions -- in fact, I am completely ashamed of his gross accusation and blasphemy against His Holiness the Dalai Lama. ...
Welcoming the pot-bellied Tibetan Spiderman
24 April 2013 | Tashi Wangchuk
Do we really need to stick to the centuries-old teaching methods by which we learned the least, and hated the most? ...
Remembering Gompo Dhatsenpa: Obituary
23 April 2013 | Tashi Wangyal
On the morning of 6 April, Mr Gompo Dhatsenpa made his somber decision to close his eyes for the last time and embark upon his next journey to a distant world unknown. ...
To Tibet with love from Spain
28 March 2013 | Terry Reis Kennedy
It was a great experience for me to visit Spain for the first time. I found it a mysterious country, with such a welcoming attitude towards strangers. ...
Norbu Tsering: Remembering a superstar
21 March 2013 | Sonam Tashi aka Acho Danny
Tibetans have lost a superstar in Norbu Tsering -- a celebrated performer of Ache Lhamo, and a major force in preserving its Kyomolung tradition. ...
A dream of performing at Norbulingka
18 March 2013 | Sonam Phuntsok
Without the work of Norbu Tsering la, Tibetan opera would not even exist any more. His has been the biggest contribution by far, by anyone, to the preservation of Tibetan culture. ...