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Making Headway in Education in Tibetan Schools in Exile: Introducing Evaluation Systems and Establishing a Center for Academic Excellence

 By Dr B Tsering* Introduction An early and tactful advent of schools for Tibetan children in-exile is at the heart of Tibetan refugees' success story. Considerable improvements have been made in education resources (both human and material) under the leadership of...

Decoding Xi: Political Loyalty is Imperative for Party Career

By Palden Sonam* (TibetanReview.net, Jul14, 2018) – In the murky politics of China, it is a challenge for scholars and policymakers to decipher the meaning and motive of official speeches and documents. What the party leaders said or revealed to...

The 2008 uprising and the Olympics

by Wangpo Tethong1 There is a widespread perception that the main cause of the 2008 uprising (or “unrest,” as it is named by some authors) was feelings of discrimination and an urge for free expression, especially among young people in...

A student’s perspective on the Rangzen and Umaylam conferences

By Choekyi Lhamo* (TibetanReview.net, Jun16, 2018) – The 5th International Rangzen Conference (May 23rd-25th) and the first International Umaylam Conference (May 26th-31st), both held in Dharamsala this year, saw the participation of a large number of Tibetan students. The question...

In Memory of an Unknown Hero: Lha-nga Tseten Namgyal

  By Paljor Tsarong Lha-nga Tseten Namgyal (Tsenamla) recently passed away on April 18, 2018. He was a brave patriotic man who took part in underground political activities against the Chinese even before 1959. After almost 20 years of hard life...

The Tibet Issue at the United Nations

This article appeared in the Special Issue 2015 edition of the Tibetan Review.  By Professor Yeshi Choedon Thank you very much for inviting me to participate in this symposium in memory of the great Professor Dawa Norbu-la. I first met him at...

WILL DALAI LAMA RETURN TO CHINA?

Dr. Sangay’s statement has only further confirmed fears among many observers that an influential section among the Tibetan exile leadership is desperate about cobbling up a deal with China on whatever terms. The very first negotiation point in this...

China’s Foreign Policy and India

This article appeared in the Special Issue 2015 edition of the Tibetan Review.    Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli, Centre for East Asian Studies, Chinese Division, JNU   My presentation is on Chinese foreign policy vis-à-vis India. I will take a few minutes to broadly operate...

Tibet in Their Hearts

Prof. Madhu Rajput* sees in the Tibetan people’s decades-long vibrant sustenance in India in the backdrop of the historic tragedy of losing their homeland a lesson in the art of staying happy and leading the way. “There is a saying...

HEROD IN TIBET: Massacre of the innocents

On the 30th anniversary of a small but unprecedented, trend-setting demonstration on Sep 27, 1987 by a handful of monks of Sera Monastery in Tibet’s capital Lhasa, Dr Blake Kerr*, an American doctor who witnessed the event and the...
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China warns Olympic athletes against speeches, behaviours disapproved by it

(TibetanReview.net, Jan21’22) – Athletes and others taking part in the Feb-Mar 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics have been...
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