Over a 150 Tibetan activists from India, Nepal, United States of America and Europe are attending the 5th International Rangzen Conference. A platform to explore, advance and examine the cause of Tibetan independence. It is being held May 23 to 25 in Dharamsala, Northern India. Image: Carlo Buldrini We wish this conference every success in […]Read More 5th International Conference On Tibetan Independence
Image: courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/ircp2017/ The 4th International Rangzen Conference convened in Paris, France yesterday with Tibetans and friends gathering to discuss the cause of Tibetan sovereignty, the core issue of Tibet’s cause. We wish the event all success in progressing understanding of and solidarity with the rightful struggle for Tibet’s national freedom.Read More Paris Conference On Tibet’s Rightful Independence
What you may ask gives legitimacy to the demands of Tibetans inside occupied Tibet for independence? That Tibet enjoyed prior to invasion by China in 1950 national governance and freedom? Or is it based upon the fact that Tibetans are a distinct people, with a unique culture, language and history? Could […]Read More So, Why Are Tibetans Right To Demand Independence For Tibet?
Image:original photo tsepa baya/info-graphic @tibettruth Later this year a new executive is set to be installed in the offices of Regional Tibetan Youth Congress (New York & New Jersey) and the Tibetan Community of New York and New Jersey is also to renew it’s staff members. For those Tibetans who are in solidarity with their […]Read More New York’s March 10 Tibet Rally Needs Genuine Autonomy!
Image:capture from facebook video posted via sonam samanatha In exile Tibet’s cause reached a disappointing low on March 10, a date commemorating the 1959 Lhasa Uprising and a central focus to honor Tibetans inside Tibet who continue their courageous and peaceful resistance to Chinese tyranny. For the second year running New York was the stage […]Read More New York Rally For Tibet Stained By CTA Splittists
Image:archivenet Part One With Chinese political power at its peak on global stage, Tibet’s future is neither in the hands of Umavas nor Rangzenpas (Editor’s note: proponents of autonomy within China and Tibetan independence respectively) but in the clutches of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). To understand why genuine autonomy is an unrealistic goal, one […]Read More Little Tibet: The Third Way