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Forgotten Tibet
China ensured Washington heard nothing from the muzzled vassal state
Maura Moynihan  |  Saturday, Oct 3, 2015  |  No Comment
Forgotten Tibet

Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s state dinner at the White House last week received fulsome coverage — about the fashion, the food and tech giants in attendance. The voices of protesters who gathered at the White …

Mission failure at the International Campaign for Tibet
Raising money alone won’t help free the oppressed nation
Maura Moynihan  |  Wednesday, Jun 10, 2015  |  No Comment
Mission failure at the International Campaign for Tibet

As Chinese battleships advance in the South China Sea, breaking news that 147 people in Tibet have now set their bodies on fire to protest the Chinese Communist occupation of their homeland adds to fearful …

The Catch-22 of Middle Way Unity
Part I
Jamyang Norbu  |  Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013  |  No Comment
The Catch-22 of Middle Way Unity

Asking a question and answering it yourself is a rhetorical device known to the ancient Greeks as hypophora. To be effective the answer should follow the question smoothly, perhaps with a well-timed pause in between …

Can Some Good Come From the RFA Controversy?
The Tibetan Political Review  |  Monday, Dec 10, 2012  |  One Comment
Can Some Good Come From the RFA Controversy?

Watching the Radio Free Asia (RFA) controversy unfold has been a painful process, not the least because it threatens to overshadow the tragedy inside Tibet and complicate support for Tibet in the US Congress. …

Protect Kundun — Free RFA
Jamyang Norbu  |  Tuesday, Dec 4, 2012  |  6 Comments
Protect Kundun — Free RFA

When I was researching my “Free Radio Free Asia!” piece I came across more information than I could fit into the article. I also came across material which was troubling, and which I could not …

Free Radio Free Asia!
Jamyang Norbu  |  Wednesday, Nov 28, 2012  |  4 Comments
Free Radio Free Asia!

In my last post I mentioned an instance of how Communist China was flexing its economic muscle to disseminate its propaganda in the USA, essentially through paying for pages of the China Daily to be …

Tibetans in Exile – Passports or RC’s: Who Gets What?
Maura Moynihan  |  Sunday, Oct 28, 2012  |  3 Comments
Tibetans in Exile – Passports or RC’s: Who Gets What?

His Holiness the Dalai Lama has just completed a successful North American tour, where he was given honorary degrees by several colleges and gave many sold-out public talks. But looming over the celebrations was news …

Censorship and the struggle for Tibetan freedom
Tenzin Nyinjey  |  Friday, Jul 27, 2012  |  2 Comments
Censorship and the struggle for Tibetan freedom

“The Chinese government’s censorship policy is morally wrong and the 1.3 billion people of China have a right to know the reality.”
“Two things are taboo in Gangchen Kyishong — books and Rangzen.”
This morning I came …

Hook, Line and Sinker: Predictable Side Dish or the Puffer Fish?
Tenpa Gashi  |  Sunday, Apr 8, 2012  |  No Comment
Hook, Line and Sinker: Predictable Side Dish or the Puffer Fish?

I just happen to come across an article on Indian Express, dated April 2nd, 2012, where it was alleged that China is once again willing to talk to H.H the Dalai Lama if he abandons …

Decapitated, then emasculated
The programmed termination of the Tibetan nation
Christophe Besuchet  |  Wednesday, Jun 1, 2011  |  One Comment
Decapitated, then emasculated

The sort of political sentence pronounced on the Tibetan people resembles the terrible “death by a thousand cuts”. This was a form of execution practiced in China until the early twentieth century, in which the …