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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 …

Phantom Warriors of 1971
Unsung Tibetan Guerrillas
Manas Paul  |  Monday, Dec 20, 2010  |  One Comment
Phantom Warriors of 1971

Forty years ago in 1971 on a cool and scary November 14 night in Chittagong a Pakistani sniper of Special Service Group perched silently on his hidden location near his camp felt he saw a …

The Tibet–China Visit According to Peanuts
Jamyang Norbu  |  Monday, Sep 30, 2002  |  No Comment
The Tibet–China Visit According to Peanuts

Eclectic though the small world of Tibetans and Tibet supporters appears to be, I am not sure that it holds all that many fans of the late Charles Schulz and his wonderful comic strip, Peanuts. …

Silent Struggle
Tsongkha Lhamo Tsering (1924–1999)
Jamyang Norbu  |  Monday, Feb 1, 1999  |  No Comment
Silent Struggle

When I first arrived at the Resistance headquarters at Kelsang Phug in Mustang in July 1971, I was somewhat taken aback to come across a library. Granted, it was not much of a library. It …

Unquiet Memories
The Tibetan Resistance and the Role of the CIA [1]
Jamyang Norbu  |  Thursday, Jun 30, 1994  |  No Comment

Freud’s favourite image of the mind was as an archaeological site, filled, layer by layer, with the buried strata of the past (but one where these layers could rise into consciousness at any time). However …