Tag Archives: Tibetan History

  • Tibetan history lessons for Indian army officers to counter China

    India undertakes a rebalance of military forces and fire power to the northern borders with China amid the continuing troop confrontation in eastern Ladakh, the Army has a new target on its radar screen: Tibetology. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Global Times, the Newspeak of the CCP trolls, on Tibetan election

    The Global Times, the CCP state-run newspaper, well-known for their disinformation campaigns, party propaganda, and nationalist slant, seems to be irked by our recent Sikyong’s election. ...

  • Another Time, Another Place

    The book is essentially about a period of time -- 1995 through 1999 -- which carried, within the span of a mere four years, the full weight of Tibetan history. ...

  • Two-volume modern Tibetan history book launched

    A two-volume work on modern Tibetan history, starting from the British arrival in Tashi Lhunpo in the 1700s till the recent developments in exile including the establishment of the Mustang guerillas' operations, was launched on Saturday. ...

  • Lobsang Sangay’s legacy: Big talk, lies, favouritism
  • Lobsang Wangyal Sangay’s desperate act for legacy

    A recent announcement by Lobsang Sangay saying he is the first Tibetan leader to enter the White House seems to have created confusion amongst Tibetan people. It deserves to be analysed in depth, if not outright debunked. ...

  • Laden Tshering Samdup Pa ra sho — distraction loses Tibet

    We are in the period when the old order is dying and a new world is crystallizing, and this is the time to make all-out efforts to ensure the existence of free Tibet in the new world order. ...

  • A fine line – An Irishman’s Diary on Sir Henry McMahon, China and India

    Henry McMahon convened a conference at Simla, the summer capital of British India, in 1914 with a view to determining once and for all India’s northern frontiers. Three countries were involved: British India, China, and Tibet. ...

  • Tibet will be free one day

    Every human being on this planet deserves equal treatment, freedom, and fundamental rights. Tibetans sleep every night with the hope of returning to their homeland one day, hoping for their freedom, and for meeting their parted families. ...

  • Lobsang Nyandak The Dalai Lama Institution is a Year Older!

    It is the time for peace-loving people in the world to explicitly support and recognize the future potential of the Dalai Lama institution in contributing peace in the world, and saving a nation and people. ...