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Readers' Comments on "Activism, celebrations, and ban on the Dalai Lama’s 77th birthday"
In view of grim situation inside Tibet, the exile Tibetan leadership is all geared up to lobby world leaders and initiate campaigns coinciding with the 77th birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama which falls on the 6th of this month....
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wds1  

Location: NYC
Subject: Nepal violates rights of Tibetans
Jul 09 2012 08:06 PM

Nepal's ban on celebration of His Holiness' birthday by anyone in Nepal is a violation of civil rights. No govt can ban free speech or religion. Nepal's ban violates both free speech & the religious beliefs of Tibetan Buddhists for which the Dalai Lama's birthday is both a religious & cultural event.

Shame on Nepal for kowtowing to China again.
Lobsang59  

Location: Toronto
Subject: Pride Parade
Jul 06 2012 01:25 AM

It's very good thing our exile govt is doing to get international attention on Tibet issue on the occasion of HH's birthday. I am all for it. only thing i have little puzzlement is the Parade Show in this middle of summer in our full national costume. I dont know if such parade is suitable. please dont get me wrong, I am very proud of my national costume and my national identity i wear it all the time.
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