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Even as news of Jamphel Yeshi's death began to spread around the world, another young Tibetan in the beleagured Ngaba region of Tibet passed away in a fiery protest on March 28....
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anjede  

Location: Leh
Subject: Where is Katri?
Mar 31 2012 05:58 AM

Where is Katri?

During this Losar, while Tibet was burning and the rest of Tibetans everywhere were not celebrating Losar, our Katri was in Toronto at a party with entertainment and $100 tickets.

Now that Pawo Jamphel Yeshi's funeral was held in Dharamsala, our Katri is MIA! I wonder if he stayed away realising that he was NOT going to be the center of attention.

Leadership is desperately needed in Gangkyi.
Tseta  

Location: Toronto
Subject: Great sacrifice but great loss too!
Mar 29 2012 09:57 PM

It is indeed a greatest deed of sacrifice for our common cause, which has now reached 31 martyrs and most of them are our brilliant youngsters. It is a sense of pride for seeing the strong Tibetan spirit but it also is a great loss of Tibetan lives, which is very precious and rare, unlike the lives of PLA, death of one Tibetan is equal to death of thousand Chinese armies.

Our fight with the brutal regime is tough and long one, we need to save our brave hearts and have our strategies made to fight to that length with unity and strength. It is now too much of sacrifice made and suffered by our brave hearts. Self immolation in Tibet should now be stopped, for the wiser benefit of our Tibetan causes for the long run!
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