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Tibetans are "threatened with a loss of identity," said Lodi Gyari, the special envoy of the 14th Dalai Lama, at a press conference Wednesday, five days before the Dalai Lama is to arrive for a 10-day visit....
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Tendam  

Location: Toronto
Subject: Met four already...
Nov 03 2005 10:49 PM

The envoys have met four times already with Chinese, the last one in Swiss. So, we have met four times and told them what we want, and this sure is a serious step, telling us the PRC is not listening. hope the envoys will not have say what they have been telling them four times already.

Bodh Gyal-lo!! Long live His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama!!
Tendam  

Location: Toronto
Subject: Thats the way to go..
Nov 03 2005 10:41 PM

When the good communist who are very much used to hearing good(made-up, the way they want it) reports, can not understand what we Tibetans and H.H. the Dalai Lama wants when the envoys are sayiing just across the table, and three times so far. Its time, we let them know what we want by some other means, specially which will hurt them the most, losing face(do they really have one??), or letting the world know who they are, 'the bad guys'.

Hope, the envoys can go on to discuss real issues the next meeting with the PRC after telling them publicly once again, what the envoys already told them during their three previous meetings.
Tenam  

Location: Paris
Subject: The right issue
Nov 03 2005 03:50 PM

It is very good and pleasant to read that.
We are craving for speech like that, to speak openly and frankly is rare and it is good to hear Gyari Rimpoche talking about our culture in this way.
We need now to put pressure hard pressure on chinese and that pressure has to come from those men who try to negotiate


BHOD GYALO !
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