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Sunday, February 28, 2021

Protecting Tibetan Women’s Rights in the Age of Social Media

-By Dhardon Sharling & Tenzin Palkyi* A few weeks ago, a man named Mila Rangzen released a video publicly attacking the character and reputation of eight...

Being patriotic by collaborating with the enemy?

This obituary appeared in the Jan-Feb 2015 edition of Tibetan Review. Tashi Tsering, 1929-2014 OBITUARY “Old” Tibet was devoid of self-made men. Your fate was sealed at...

China’s Ladakh aggression and the Qing dynasty’s continental hegemony

Ben Byrne* sees a remarkable similarity between the continental hegemony and territorial ambitions of the Qing dynasty...

Letter: Let us unite, regionalism is not patriotism

(TibetanReview.net, Oct22’20) I would like to draw the attention of our leaders and people around the world...

Kikisoso Tibet Festival and the Tibetan diaspora in Japan

By Stephen Christopher and Hiromi Ikeda (TibetanReview.net, Sep06'19) This year’s Kikisoso Tibet Festival,...

The Dalai Lama’s Clarion Call

Rob Hogendoorn* points out how alleged sexual misbehaviour of a few Tibetan Buddhist masters based in the West is a legitimate concern with regard...

Pioneering ‘Mother of Tibet’ Dies from COVID-19 in Switzerland

By Morris Tennyson (TibetanReview.net, May09’20) A Tibetan exile orphan raised in Europe who returned...

A Long Quiet Journey: Reflections on the Life and Work of Dawa Norbu

Dr Tashi Rabgey, Research Professor of International Affairs, George Washington University, in her keynote address, lauds Prof Dawa Norbu as the first modern Tibetan...

Tibetan Diaspora: A Study of Citizenship and Identity

The growing trend over the last several years among a section of Tibetan youngsters to legally assert their Indian citizenship has given rise to...

On Writing the Tibetan Diaspora

Debutant novelist Tsering Namgyal Khortsa* reflects on the challenges, joy, and lessons learnt in taking up fiction-writing as a Tibetan exile.