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Having fled their native land following the Chinese occupation 50 years ago, many Tibetans have found a second home in Switzerland....
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Location: Exile
Subject: Official's relations
Aug 10 2005 02:41 AM

These communities are the relatives and families of Tibetan officials, those Tibetans who really in needs of help are always in suffering, because they do not have any Lamas or officials for support and guarantee to obtain such a opportunity. This is the attitude and corruption of our officials. If our officials are honest under the Government of Choe-si Zug-drail, they should mobilize to ask those who has been helped for education, ready to live and ready to eat in the developed countries by our Government to pay more then those who are earning their life without any help for the green book. Check out the dossier in the Office of Home Affair if there are been listed. It is unfair that some Tibetans are profiting and others not. How can we get our country beck when these things are not into balanced? If these kinds of situation continue, I will continue to pronounce more ugly things until my last breath. I already mention it a year ago. Gaden Phodrung is a beautiful name and there no thamchay khenpa.

Location: on planet
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Aug 09 2005 11:27 PM

i am very much impressed by the word of explaination by the president of tibet community in Swiss and i am glad and would like to thank swiss govt for helping our tibetan friend's who arrived there in early 60's.I am a tibetan who's living in Nepal and have been heard about great suffering of our new generation tibetan who seeking for refugee in Swiss.What i also heard wa sthat this time those tibetan friends are really hoping some good news regarding there process and so there for i here being a tibetan would like to request our own tibetan fellow who had been there for many yeras to support them.It will be only you tibetan who reached there in 60's will understand and know hw difficult it is to be somewhere without indentidy.Hope this year or coming year bring a great joy in eyes of those tibetan brothers and sisters who had been longing to see there family.i wish u all the best for my friends.
tashi delek.
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