Thursday, January 18 2018

Office of Tibet

Tibet, cynical Sinicism and the tragedy of self-immolations

  By Robert D. Sloane East Asia Forum | May 9th, 2012 In a recent article, Barry Sautman ascribes recent self-immolations in Tibet to a few disgruntled monks at a single monastery. Their complaints, he says, reflect general social and economic issues rather than a genuine concern for the Tibetan …

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WPCT Urges China To Resume Dialogue For Tibetan Autonomy

  May 1, 2012 OTTAWA: Parliamentarians from around the world today adopted the Ottawa Declaration. They had gathered in Ottawa for three days of intensive deliberations on the worsening situation in Tibet at the invitation of the Parliamentary Friends of Tibet, Canada. Legislators from Asia, Europe, the Americas, Africa and …

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Where is China Heading on Tibet?

  Remarks by Lodi Gyaltsen Gyari to the Council on Foreign Relations Washington DC. April 23, 2012 You know that I have been leading the Tibetan delegation for the dialogue with the Chinese government for the last many years. But I am not here today to give you a report …

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His Holiness Speaks to Chinese Students in Rochester, MN

  Rochester,MN April 23–On April 22, 2012 morning  His Holiness left the city of Long Beach for Rochester, Minneapolis. Gaden Shartse Abbot Jamyang Choeden, Geshe Lobsang Tsultrim, Managing Director, and staff of Gaden Shartse Thubten Dhargye Ling saw him off at the airport. On his arrival in Rochester, several hundred …

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Dalai Lama proves an endearing icon – Editorial

  Editorial –  Union Tribune San Diago Anyone who spends a significant amount of time with well-known public figures can offer up horror stories about the gap between the persona some of these folks present via the media and how they actually behave. So when a famous person comes to …

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