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Tsewang Rigzin was on Sunday re-elected as president of the Tibetan Youth Congress for the second consecutive term here at the concluding day of its 14th General Body Meeting...
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cheeranjeev  

Location: India
Subject: It is still not clear!
Aug 11 2010 10:37 PM

Many people are loosing faith in TYC. Why? Because of constant internal fights and rumors of having chinese elements in TYC.
And some say whatever the Vice President had done can be justified as the president was scheming to send his personal related people in the name of hunger strike to the land of DOLLER, the US.
I don't know who is right and who is wrong!
But of course I am not going trust them anymore.
freedomofmind76  

Location: dhasa
Subject: Best of luck to new Centrex
Aug 10 2010 05:07 PM

I wish the new CENTREX members of TYC best of luck.
You all have a huge national responsibility as an elected leader of the Tibetan youth.Always keep in mind the public interest of TYC organization.When there is a insolvable conflict of interest you should give up your self interest and position rather than tarnish TYC's name,fame and honour.Let's hope you open a new chapter of just,clean and transparent working culture.
Tseta  

Location: Canada
Subject: From top to bottom!
Aug 10 2010 11:02 AM

From top to bottom, everything should be well managed and administered!

Same goes with our traditional dress, if not with the shoes and pant, at least shirt should be of traditional one!

I personally don't like the ash colored chupa, why not come up with some bold colors, which also resembles bold actions from TYC! Hopefully, it is not a permanent color of any school uniform!

Bhod-Gyalo!
tashi1957  

Location: dehra dun
Subject: congratulations to all
Aug 09 2010 11:07 AM

Congratulations to Tsewangla and all the other members. I and all others like me breathe a sigh of relief for the peaceful and successful outcome.
Best of luck to all.
tashi
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