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His head covered with a hood, dressed in a sweatshirt and branded jeans, 13-year-old Tenzin Sonam tucks his hands inside the pocket to pull out his iPod. He runs his fingers down the screen...
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anjede  

Location: America
Subject: Disconnected?
Jul 14 2008 06:43 AM

Sounds like a bunch of really disconnected kids. I like the kid who says he expected sands all over Dharamsala. Really? Are Tibetan kids in North America really that lost and not aware of Tibetans in India??? Remember, almost all of their parents lived in India until 15 years ago. Imagine what will happen to the Tibetans after one generation.

I cannot believe our kids are really that spoiled.
dreamingtibet  

Location: New York City
Subject: Tibet must not be wiped out of the Map by China
Jul 13 2008 10:18 PM

Though not too late too litte I, believe that these kind of project must be abound, massive and rigorous. I am in my middle age and when I was young in TCV school I have seen Tibet in Britanica encyclopedia but, now the encyclopidia does not show Tibet with it's own demarcation in today's encyclopedia.

I hope our Tibetan youth can bring back Tibet to it's rightful owners. These exchange programs should be frequent and varied in age categories. I believe that college or university students should also work on volunteer projects to teach and exchange their experties to the Tibetan kids in Tibetan schools in India and Nepal.

All the best and have fun. Come back home with vigor, vitality and passion to work for Tibet.

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