Tag Archives: Middle-Way Policy

  • New Sikyong Penpa Tsering says reaching out to China his priority

    Penpa Tsering, the new Sikyong of the Tibetans-in-exile, who took the oath of office earlier today to lead the Central Tibetan Administration, said reaching out to China to resolve the Sino-Tibet conflict will be his top priority. ...

  • Will start Tibet Advocacy Group around the world: Penpa Tsering

    The former Speaker of Tibetan Parliament in Exile, Penpa Tsering is all set to become the next Sikyong of the Central Tibetan Administration. Here’s a brief conversation with Penpa Tsering who will be taking charge from Lobsang Sangay. ...

  • Newly-elected Tibetan ‘government-in-exile’ will not change its ‘independence’ stance, internal conflicts exposed: observers

    The so-called Tibetan "government-in-exile" has announced its "new political leader," but the new "government" will not change its essence of seeking for "Tibet independence", observers in China have said, noting that the election result ...

  • Last hope: Penpa Tsering Sikyong 2021
  • Norbu Tsering Should the Middle-Way policy be put to vote again?

    The Middle-Way policy is suggested on the premise that Tibet was an independent country, and that we can choose a different future based on the present circumstances. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Who does Lobsang Wangyal endorse for Sikyong 2021?

    In the spirit of choosing the most eligible person, as opposed to choices based on tribal affiliations, I have decided to choose my Sikyong based on their qualifications rather than anything else. ...

  • Expectation from Chithue/Sikyong candidates

    These are some of my ideas for inclusion in the Manifesto of a Chitue or Sikyong candidate, whether written or in thought. ...

  • Sikyong Tibet: The dreams of a nation

    I believe that Mr Kelsang Dorjee Aukatsang is the best candidate standing for election, and the best suited for the coveted post of Sikyong of Tibet. His former service has given him the fitness and experience needed. ...

  • Kunsang Tanzin Tibetan Youth Congress must succeed

    For Tibetan Youth Congress, the road to achieve our ultimate goal may be long and lonely. Yet we must keep marching and the Tibetan Youth Congress must succeed in the end. ...

  • Tibetan Youth Congress celebrates 50-year milestone

    The Tibetan Youth Congress, the largest and one of the oldest organisations of the Tibetans in exile, celebrated its 50th birthday, with the members pledging renewed commitment to the restoration of Tibetan independence. ...