Category Archives: Opinions

  • Chime Tenzing Tibetans deserve compassion, in action

    It is a pity that the continuing self-immolations by the Tibetans inside Tibet are not able to get practical international support. ...

  • Youdon Aukatsang Joining India’s Independence Day celebration — Thank you India!

    In this real-politick world where economic concerns override all other issues, let us work together and take up the challenge to keep the Tibetan cause alive and relevant. ...

  • Lobsang Sangay First anniversary of Sikyong Lobsang Sangay’s administration

    On the one-year completion of the 14th Kashag's administration, Sikyong Lobsang Sangay highlights the accomplishments, and shares his thoughts. ...

  • Press Officer, Central Tibetan Administration Rejoinder to “rangzen/independence” statement in Nyinjey article

    This is to rectify misinformation contained in Tenzin Nyinjey’s article that claims that the word rangzen is taboo in GangKyi. ...

  • Tenzin Jigmey Quality standards and modernization of Tibetan medicine

    Evaluating Tibetan herbal medicine within the theoretical framework of modern medicine can give practical answers to difficult problems. ...

  • Tenzin Nyinjey Censorship and the struggle for Tibetan freedom

    The Chinese never invited the Dalai Lama to visit Wutaishan, nor did they negotiate for Tibetan autonomy; they never intended to, right from the beginning. ...

  • Claude Arpi China’s top two obsessions — loyalty and Party

    China has had two obsessions: stability and loyalty to the Party. When Beijing's State machinery starts hammering a certain issue on the masses, it usually means that the leadership has a serious predicament. ...

  • Kuldip Nayar Who sheds tears for Tibet?

    Tibet today is like an occupied territory, without the people there having any say in governance. Beijing must let the Tibetans live the way they want to because that alone gives them their entity. ...

  • Ajai Shukla Batting for the McMahon Line

    Having already given away Hong Kong and forsaken Taiwan with a one-China policy, the British hand was left with Tibet as the lone card that mattered desperately to Beijing. But London gifted it away. ...

  • Peter Hartcher Dreams of a leader of a land he has never seen

    Any political leader feeling unhappy with their lot might consider the situation of Lobsang Sangay. He is the Prime Minister of a government that doesn't exist, representing a land he has never visited. ...