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Jamyang Norbu says in the introduction to this collection of his essays that his role model is George Orwell. Having read Orwell’s...
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Tsongi  

Location: Universe
Subject: SHADOW TIBET
May 16 2008 08:17 PM

Your words are laudable. But now it is time to practice what you preach - to put words into action - to make the shadow a reality.
tenzin001  

Location: Canada
Subject: Intellectual integrity!
May 09 2008 09:00 AM

When I was a small boy in India, my elder brother, who happened to be a student of cst kalimpong long time back, told me that once Jamyang Norbu's late father, who happen to be a princial of that school, took them out for a picnic. And in that picnic, his late father try to hit a bottle with is pistol. The little Jamyang Norbu instead hit the target with his sling.(Wordo). It's always inimitable Jamyang Norbu. I have always enjoyed reading his essays, they will never fail to be honest. Throughout his life, his writing reflects sticking to principles and intellectual integrity means more than continuing empty platitudes. That sling is now his pen and he always hits the target...partly that is why some find him very uncomforable.
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