Professor Elliot Sperling (January 4, 1951 – January 29, 2017) (TibetanReview.net, Feb11, 2017) – The Tibetan Parliament in Exile on Feb 8 called the death on Jan 29 of prominent Tibetologist Professor Elliot Sperling an irreparable loss both for his family and for the cause of Tibet. “The Tibetan Parliament-in- […]
Title: Pawo (Eng: Hero) Director: Marvin Litwak, Co-Director: Sonam Tseten Production Year: 2016 Country: Germany, India. Category:...
Dear Tibetan Review Members, Tashi Delek to everyone. My name is Dawa Tsering. I am the elder son of Tibetan Political...
Phuntsog Wangyal (Tibetanreview.net, May 7, 2016) Mustang is a region of Nepal offering breathtaking scenery and vast,...
Dhardon Sharling (TibetanReview.net, Apr13, 2016) Back in June 1994, it was a rainy, gloomy day, and my eighth grade classmates and I were hoping that our Tibetan class instructor would take us to the screening of a documentary film about modern life in Tibet. With the weather adding to our […]Read more ›
This editorial appeared in the Special Issue 2016 edition of Tibetan Review. The Sino-Tibetan conflict today is a battle for minds rather than for territory as far as the official Tibetan side is concerned. It is quintessentially a democratic campaign with a very limited scope. That is because whatever opportunities Tibet […]Read more ›
(By Diane Wolff, Tibetan Review, Feb 20, 2016) In the background of the Pope’s recent visit to Mexico and the wider global historical experiences, Diane Wolff* asks, given China’s perception of free practice of Buddhism and its top leader, the Dalai Lama, as the biggest threats to its rule in […]Read more ›
(By Tenzin Palkyi, Tibetan Review, Feb 19, 2016) With just over a month left until Tibetans queue at voting booths around the world to elect the Sikyong and Members of Parliament, I think it is important to reflect on our electoral process and explore opportunities to further strengthen democratic practices […]Read more ›
By Dr Satish Kumar* (TibetanReview.net, Sep21, 2015) – “Tibet is now in its golden age,” says a white paper on Tibet titled “Successful Practice of Regional Ethnic Autonomy in Tibet” issued by China on September 6. This policy document was released to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding […]Read more ›
This editorial appeared in the March-April 2015 edition of Tibetan Review. The immediate provocation for the Mar 10, 1959 uprising in Tibet’s capital Lhasa was China’s unmistakable intention to make a prisoner of Tibet’s temporal and spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, by requiring him to attend a theatrical show at […]Read more ›