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Jobless growth in India: Implication for Tibetans in exile

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

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

(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

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

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

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

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

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

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?

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...