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In the third week of June this year I entered the outer fringes of Tibet (Sichuan Province) and stayed in the area for twenty days. From what I heard from people there and later from news items...
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freethought  

Location: london
Subject: inspiring experiences!!
Aug 06 2008 05:18 PM

Very inspiring to hear your experiences, in the second part. Thank you!
Who is this lucilleball? Someone who thinks the Chinese officials were 'tolerant'!!!??? Comeon, wake up! Were you jailed for 2 weeks? You think the Chinese are nice?? Grow up!
No to this Olympics of Shame!
Bod Gyalo!




lucilleball  

Location: australia
Subject: really!
Aug 05 2008 03:06 AM

Sorry but it sounds like living in Australia has made you a little 'soft' if you think you had a hard time by anything you have written, sounds remarkably tolerant for officials, someone else who had a foreign passport ended up in local jail for a week a couple of years ago.
khampaknife  

Location: Boston
Subject: China should open up for their own good
Jul 25 2008 12:15 PM

China should come to the world society by being more open and just. Allow visitors into Tibet. Tear down the bamboo curtain raised five decades ago.

A sad but wonderful writing, Mr Dhawa la. Compliments! Thank you!
freethought  

Location: London
Subject: Thank you!
Jul 24 2008 05:22 PM



Thanks for your bravery and skills. Bod gyalo!
Yurupon  

Location: CA
Subject: Thanks but seriously...
Jul 23 2008 11:00 PM

An excrutiatingly painful piece of writing but valuable information. Wished the author had tried telling the story in a more straightforward manner. I will be okay if he doesn't find time to finish the piece, considering he leaves it to whether or not he finds the time. Exactly the kind of pretention I half expected when I saw the word "Acharya" attached to the name.
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