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Recognizing the Snow Lion: New Examples of International Awareness of Tibet’s National Flag

By Nick Gulotta* The Tibetan national flag is an internationally recognized symbol of Tibet’s independence dating back to the early 20th century, not simply a military symbol elevated to the status of a “national flag, which never existed before 1959”...

Denying Tibetan children of mother-tongue education: The National People’s Congress of China’s heinous act

China’s language policy's differential treatment of languages, the glorification of the dominant language, and the stigmatization of the minority languages in the context of its recent pronouncement that the teaching of Tibetan language in Tibetan schools in Tibet is...

“Empty Canons” – American rhetoric on human rights abuses never affects the long-term economic partnership between the US and China

The relative stability of US-China partnership has continued since 1972 and propelled China to its current position as global power while the constant bickering between the two sides through media channels has been, in the words of Chairman Mao...

Rethinking Science Teaching in Tibetan Schools

(This piece is based on my reflection of a recent discussion about the state of science education in Tibetan schools at a webinar organized by Tibetan Scientific Society. Recording of the full discussion is available at the society’s Facebook...

India needs to adopt their version of the Tibetan Policy and Support Act to tackle China’s accelerating aggression

Tsewang Rigzin* argues that aspects of the ‘Tibetan Policy and Support Act of 2020’ that the US President Donald Trump signed into law on Dec 27 have greater relevance for India than the US and suggests that India too...

How I am Choosing my Sikyong Candidate

by Ngawang Choechen (TibetanReview.net, Dec26’20) The Tibetan community in exile is honored that we have many highly respected persons possessing varied experience and willing to serve as the next Sikyong. But it makes us difficult to choose one from the...

Thondup Tsering, A Chithue Candidate Who Walks the Talk

by Yangchen Tenzin Nangpa* (TibetanReview.net, Dec17’20) As a Tibetan-American living in North America, I want my Chithue candidate to be a mission-driven leader who instills a passion for Tibetan identity and the Tibet cause through zealous advocacy and activism. Among the...

Tibetan Elections: Why are we not voting 

While lack of interest, lack of knowledge, disillusionment, voter apathy, and low level of political engagement may indeed be reasons for the low level of voter participation in the exile Tibetan election system, it certainly does not help that...

TIBET- leading light for the world not the middle but a higher way

Liem Giok In* suggests that Tibetan youths employ their unique Buddhist heritage to free themselves from the confines of their current preoccupations to aim towards making the world, including China, a better place by shifting focus from nationhood to...

Election Issues of Unity and Trust: Kasur Ngodup Dongchung Fits the Bill

– by Nawang Phuntsog, Professor Emeritus, USA (TibetanReview.net, Dec04’20) Supporters of Kasur Ngodup Dongchung (KND), led ably by Mr. Kunga Tashi la, recently organized a timely and productive virtual panel discussion on November 28, 2020. Three invited panelists included Zongkar...
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73 Tibetans held for protest on China’s National Day embassy protest in New Delhi

(TibetanReview.net, Oct01’22) – A total of 73 protesters from the Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) were taken into custody by...
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