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Talks between Chinese officials and envoys from the Tibetan government-in-exile were a "good first step," one of the Dalai Lama's representatives said here on Tuesday. ...
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Location: Seattle
Subject: "Good first Step"
May 08 2008 04:15 AM

"Good first Step" towards what? You guys have been there several times, and it was a total failure. You know and we all know that this is just a flash on the screen to make the international community shut up. Nothing has changed and nothing will be. Your first Good Step is a failure. So please don’t fool us.

Tenzin Tashi.

Location: portugal
Subject: talks in china
May 07 2008 03:30 PM

we all know that these talks are just to satisfy the western world by china ,it would be very good when something came out of these talks ,I don't believe in it .already to excuse His Holiness for monstruous crimes,that is a real shame .Politiciens like to talk and make deals over peoples lives,what has the governement in exile to offer to china?

Location: NYC
Subject: " Dalai Lama envoy says China talks 'good first step'"
May 07 2008 03:23 AM

Comeon Envoys, you guys went to china 7 times from 2002 and now saying 'good first step' on this 7th round. Did you guys let go all those 202 lives + sacrifices of more than 5000 political prisoners in chinese prison since march 10th? after your departure from hong kong, china still blames H.H. Dalai lama. Did you Guys went to china to rear cattles? LEAVE ABOUT TIBET, You guys even cant locate where is Panchen Lama. neither you are able to take out Rongay Adrak nor able to stop the chinese govt's blamming H.H. or abusing him. i wonder, what you will brief?

Location: NY
Subject: good step....confusing!
May 06 2008 06:48 PM

i don't know how to start my words...I am really sick and sadden by hearing the words "good step" after every round of talked held between the Chinese official and His Holiness's envoy. We all knew that since from 2002, they held a six round of talk between the two sides and each time they claimed little improvement and some kind of progress in their process. But what happen after last round of talk in June last year, instead of gaining some development in our relation, the Chinese govt has started accusing His Holiness and taking harsh measures on Tibet since then. What does it shows? I want to say that there is no sincerity and seriousness from Chinese govt at all to resolve the issue. They have given such offer for talked in recent days just to cover the eyes of world community and to redress their shatter images all ahead of the summer Olympic game. Time is running out and don't give them chance to over ride us by making false promise like "door is open for future talk". If they are really serious and willingness to settle the problem, why don't they stop accusing and blaming His Holiness the Dalai Lama. We hope the recent talked might brought some changes and progress as we expected. Lets wait and watch...... free Tibet and bod gyalo....

Location: USA
Subject: Tell the truth
May 06 2008 05:57 PM

Please tell the truth to the world, we want to know, don't say that this time "it's not right to tell every body and this is secret." what you spoke with Chinese Communist. what is means of Good, you didn't explain that. please make fool us. this is Seven trips, i think still its look same as before. we don't want that.... if you realy like to tibet. do something with truth. we need our country back as soon as with independent.... thank you.

Location: Toronto
May 06 2008 05:00 PM

Dear Gyari Lodoe,

Why you are saying the talk was "GOOD". We know Communist Regime has summoned us there at download their barrage of abusive rhetoric against His Holiness the Dalai Lama - even accusing him of "Monstrous crimes". Do you mean Good for this. Please do not mislead the international community. China wanted to mislead the world by holding this talk and you are adding to it. Why don't you tell the world what they have said in the meeting, because China's state press has already reported how they have abused you and His Holiness. Please don't confused us intentionally or un-intentionally.
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