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Why Lukar Jam Atsok is important for Tibetan democracy
Tenzing Sonam  |  Friday, Sep 18, 2015  |  No Comment
Why Lukar Jam Atsok is important for Tibetan democracy

 

For the sake of honouring the Snowland
And to win Tibet’s complete independence
Based on the manifold truth
Raise the Tibetan flag, children of the Snowland!
Think about Lolo. Brave, gentle, patriotic Lolo. Languishing in a Chinese prison, serving …

10 Reasons you should vote for Lukar Jam Atsok
Ayak Tsang  |  Wednesday, Sep 16, 2015  |  No Comment
10 Reasons you should vote for Lukar Jam Atsok

Circulating on the internet and campaign stops is a rather exaggerated and repetitive list called ‘The 10 Outstanding accomplishments’ of Sikyong Lobsang Sangay. This seems to be the official campaign platform and political record on …

Strong Rangtsen results will strengthen Umaylam
Tsewang Norbu  |  Wednesday, Sep 16, 2015  |  No Comment
Strong Rangtsen results will strengthen Umaylam

True to my principle of transparent public dealings I am outing myself right at the beginning that I am going to cast my vote to Lukar Jam Atsok for the post of Sikyong during the …

A Mind-boggling Statement
Songtsen  |  Tuesday, Sep 1, 2015  |  No Comment
A Mind-boggling Statement

 

Yesterday, 26 August 2015, Penpa Tsering, honorable speaker of the Tibetan parliament, gave a speech to the monks of Sera monastery, Bylakuppe, South India. There was nothing new in his speech, as he reiterated the …