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Jobless growth in India: Implication for Tibetans in exile

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Tashi Phuntsok* questions the lack of discussion of the serious problem of unemployment in the exiled Tibetan community in South Asia and discusses the...

Tibetan Diaspora: A Study of Citizenship and Identity

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

Letter: Let us unite, regionalism is not patriotism

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

The Dalai Lama’s Clarion Call

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

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

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Ben Byrne* sees a remarkable similarity between the continental hegemony and territorial ambitions of the Qing dynasty (1644-1912) and communist China’s current aggressive assertiveness...

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

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By Morris Tennyson (TibetanReview.net, May09’20) A Tibetan exile orphan raised in Europe who returned to Tibet to establish orphanages and centres for the children of...

Tibet’s rights against China’s might

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Whatever the legal status of Tibet might have been under international law, Tibet around the turn of the 20th century and thereafter abjectly lacked...

Pah-La – A Shallow and Confusing Examination of Tibetan Non-Violent Resistance

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Pah-La written by Abhishek MajumdarDirected by Debbie HannanRoyal Court Theatre, London, UK Reviewed by Georgina Choekyi Doji, Tenzing Zega, Dechen Pemba, Kunsang Kelden, and Sonam...

On Writing the Tibetan Diaspora

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Debutant novelist Tsering Namgyal Khortsa* reflects on the challenges, joy, and lessons learnt in taking up fiction-writing as a Tibetan exile. (TibetanReview.net, Mar02'20) Last November...

Patriotism, a game of truth?

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From the print edition of Tibetan Review. By Pema Thinley Truth is, in the end, what one wants to believe it to be when it is...