Category Archives: Opinions

  • Vijay Kranti Fractured and divided societies can not win

    Let us not forget that fractured societies cannot shape their future -- unfortunately, it is their enemy who takes over the charge and prevails. ...

  • Vijay Kranti Russian, Mongolian and Tibetan Buddhists — Learning from each other

    Buddhists from Russia, Mongolia and Tibet are joining together and expanding Buddhism in recent years, united by His Holiness Dalai Lama. ...

  • Tenzin Thonpa Free Tibet in reality means Free China

    It is time for Tibetans to realise that we must not remain an isolated movement, but combine with pro-democracy movements within and without China — to raise not just six million arms against the oppressor, but a Billion. ...

  •  Kiara O'Gorman The problem with Tibetan journalism

    While the growth of Tibetan journalism is nothing short of admirable, freelance writer Kiara O'Gorman finds some glaring issues that need to be addressed to improve accuracy and fairness in reporting. ...

  • Tibetan Educated Youth Group An open letter to Xi Jinping

    Mr President Xi Jinping, we strongly urge your government to base its Tibet policy in accordance with the real situation inside Tibet. ...

  • Vijay Kranti Rangzen should become the fountainhead of unity among Tibetans

    I personally feel that Tibetan should ask for only what you lost. You lost Rangzen. So, you should ask for it. Not less than that. ...

  • Gyaltsen Wangchuk A middle way by applying the Middle Way?

    Why don't we try to apply our much-talked-about Middle Way in uncomfortable areas in our own community — where this method actually has a fair chance to succeed? ...

  • Tsering Choekyap Stand for the Middle-Way policy to resolve the Tibet issue

    Let us follow one policy, the Middle-Way approach, with one conviction — free Tibet. Let us think, speak and act with one common voice for resolution of the Tibetan issue. ...

  • Wang Xiangwei Xi Jinping might be strong reformer China needs – to surprise of the West

    Many overseas analysts and media organisations labelled China's new leadership line-up as being "conservative" and dominated by the "old guard". ...

  • Lobsang Sangay Tibet is the test of China’s rise

    US President Barack Obama's decision to visit Asia, his first foreign trip after re-election, reaffirms his administration's foreign policy pivot to Asia. The tour will attract a lot of attention throughout the region. ...