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Ratuk Ngawang was one of the senior leaders of the Chushi-Gangdruk (Four Rivers, Six Ranges), a Tibetan guerrilla outfit which fought against Chinese rule and played a key role in the Dalai Lama’s escape to India in March 1959...
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Location: Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
Subject: "We cleared the route for the Dalai Lama"
May 22 2009 10:56 PM

Doe Toe, Doe Mae and U Tsang all make Bhos Gyakhab chimo.From this point of view you are our unquestionable hero and Bhopas all salute you and all who accompanied H.H the Dalai Lama whose goodness like the rays of the sun spreads the message of peace and harmony through out the universe.I am proud of my nation-less leader who is ten fold more popular than Hu Jintao the Chines premier. Thank you to Claude Arpi for this piece.

Location: boston
Subject: tashi delek
Apr 05 2009 02:02 AM

absolutely thrilling experience. hail Chushi-Gangdruk. kye hee heeeeeeeeeee !!

Location: Toronto
Subject: Long Live The Khampa Spirit
Apr 02 2009 08:54 PM

The sufferings that people of kham went through during the initial years of the occupation are unimaginable. The brunt of the blow the communist dealt was felt the hardest in Kham and Amdo. Despite all these years of enormous misery and suffering under the Chinese rule the independent spirit of the people of Kham has never died and has even become stronger. This is the spirit that comes with the land of Kham. The land of beautiful plains of green pastures, rolling hills and towering snow-covered mountain ranges. THIS SPIRIT WILL NEVER DIE. Kyi hee heeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!

Location: bhutan
Subject: hats off to u sir!!
Apr 02 2009 05:42 PM

u r truely a hero n son of our gr8 motherland....sir, i salute u n ur regiment to helped clear path for our GOD safe escape!!

guys, never lose dat feeling for our lost country n pass this message to ur grand children for wat those jakpas had done with our GOD n parents n to our beloved motherland!!
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