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Readers' Comments on "A LOSAR GIFT FOR RANGZEN ACTIVISTS - Jamyang Norbu"
Inside Tibet people have made the decision not to celebrate Losar this year. It appears to be not just an expression of sorrow for those Tibetan shot, tortured and imprisoned in last years uprising, but also an act of defiance against...
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awakener  

Location: delhi
Subject: tibet border
Mar 14 2009 01:51 PM

Jamyang Norbu,

You keep saying Tibet was an independent country but can you tell us with proof the exact Tibet-china historical border demarcation when Tibet was independent from 1912 to 1949?
Did independent Tibet include Tibetan areas to the east of drichu river? how far to the east? because Tibetans (90% of kham and 99% of amdo) living in the east of drichu were paying their everyday national taxes to the Chinese kuming tang govt and not to the depashung or the Tibetan govt. Many khampas would even take pride in this fact.

Please don't refuse to answer this important question. instead enlighten us. Thank you.
Tpasang  

Location: New York
Subject: Thank You Comments
Feb 28 2009 09:52 PM

Jamyang La,
This is the best and memorable losar gift ever I recieved. I realy appreciate for the scholarly compilation covering many events and enjoyed reading it. I learned a lot from it and please keep up your good work.
There are many like me who appreciate your valuable sharing of your knowledge
tenzd  

Location: US
Subject: Thank you
Feb 27 2009 08:07 AM

Thank you Jamyang Norbu la for the incredible gift!!! Appreciate your passion!!!
Correia  

Location: Lisboa
Subject: Thank You
Feb 27 2009 01:08 AM

Thank you so very much!
It's great to have such info compilation.
Emma_Peel  

Location: Berlin
Subject: Many thanks from Berlin, too!
Feb 26 2009 08:03 PM

I also wish to thank Jamyang Norbu for his invaluable knowledge he is sharing with us.
peacebird  

Location: somewhere
Subject: thanks
Feb 26 2009 12:18 PM


jamyang la,
what a great job u have done here. no matter how hard china try to escape from the reality, truth can never be buried alive. you are the one of the most resourceful person in our society and i really appreciate for your good dids. i am sure you inspire every one as much as you do to me ...i mean it jamyang la ...
keep it up and we really appreciate for you....
god bless and free tibet .
TenzinS106  

Location: San Francisco
Subject: THANK YOU
Feb 26 2009 07:39 AM

Tashi Delek Jamyang Norbu la,

Thank you so much for this helpful article with all the resources that are much needed!!!!

You just simplified the political theater project for our March 10th... THANK YOU THANK YOU !!!!

San Francisco Tibetan Youth Congress
youngbhoepa  

Location: kathmandu
Subject: Strength in Facts and History!!! And the ability to prove and argue for it... thanks, jamayang la
Feb 26 2009 07:26 AM

It is a known fact that Gandhi ji was a lawyer, Obama was a law student so i learnt, And to prove Tibet story through fact and pictures, as well as with solid arguments are the pillars of dialogue which modern world promotes all the while. your website and the facts will be a huge support to manyy young tibetans in digging back to their roots!!! and also aware the common citizens of China the history of Tibet.
Thank you and keep it up! Jamyang la
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