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Readers' Comments on "A Journey Back to My Homeland, Tibet"
I was less than a week old when my parents had to leave Tibet for India because of the full-scale invasion of Tibet by the People's Republic of China. After forty-six years I recently went back...
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Location: USA
Subject: Interesting!!!!
Oct 20 2006 01:23 AM

I read your statement and it is interesting. I was born in exile and planning to visit Tibet next year. If I make it than it will be my first visit and hopefully not the last.

Location: Delhi
Subject: yes...your narration is truely grim
Oct 19 2006 04:05 PM

...Its truelly very painful experience of our Tibetan fellow brothers and sisters in Tibet. What worse is left in their hand after forcing us to flee from our home and make our remaining citisens a 'STRANGERS IN OUR OWN HOMELAND!' Our people were outcast, regarded as second class citizen, socially, economically, intellectually and in all means, were the disadvantaged ones...and strictly under the iron-rule law of PRC. What about the indoctrinization of communists ideologies in monastries and schools...poeple were forced to say things to mean that newly connected trains has done wonder for tibet...and its people...and you know id any one denies...shall be traced and have to face severe consequences...

And lately,the instances of shooting took place at Nagpa la...

will there ever be any end to this brutality and atrocities...of human rights violations!
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