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In reports coming out of Tibet, another Tibetan man has set himself on fire today in an apparent protest against China’s continued occupation of Tibet, taking Tibet’s self-immolation toll to 53....
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omze  

Location: nz
Subject: Year of the Water Dragon
Oct 07 2012 05:00 AM

A writer, a poet, a scholar,
a friend,
Whose shoes are left empty, no pen
in your hand.
Your words have been written,
From the love
in your heart,
Fills the pages of history,
The truth they impart.
Early morning dew,
over fields of Dewachen,
A blanket of deliverance
from the hell
you have lived in.
Let your songs be a guide
for those in the dark,
The Water Dragon Year,
brings the new start,
that your last words
in this life,
Have left in our heart.
omze  

Location: nz
Subject: apology
Oct 07 2012 04:36 AM

Apology to the comment writer, I do now see the reference to the communication used by those inside Tibet, I assume reporters from Phayul, Tibet Sun, Tibet Express etc, are using every second of their time lobbying the global media to ensure these terrible reports are seen across the world. The BBC world service have said nothing, finding a story about throwing pebbles across water as a possible Olympic event, being more important. It is this kind of flagrant abuse of BBC reporters time that is so hurtful to Tibetan
omze  

Location: nz
Subject: source
Oct 06 2012 06:55 PM

I could not see ,in the article referred to , the reference to any form of communication source.
myrmidon  

Location: Dharamsala
Subject: Wish reporters take note of this,,,
Oct 05 2012 11:49 AM

This morning I woke up to read that one more patriotic Tibetan had self immolated again! In our exile circle now we say that the total number of patriotic Tibetans who resorted to self immolation as the ultimate expression of protest against Chinese repression, including yesterday's Gudrub, is 53, though Beijing based crusader of Tibetan cause Woeser lak says it is 55. With reports of each case of self immolation coming out of Tibet my heart cries with pain. I can literally feel the heat of flame eating away flesh inch by inch; and I can literally feel the long endured, yet never relieved pain that pushed the brave Tibetans to self immolation. But I am useless garbage. Neither can I make a decent prayer for their departed souls, nor can I help them realize the causes for which they made the ultimate sacrifice.

Dear reporters of Tibet Express(or is it Bhangchen?) and Phayul, news reporting probably should be down to the minute details in journalism, BUT I DON'T SEE THE POINT IN REPORTING THE MEDIUM THROUGH WHICH A PARTICULAR NEWS HAS BEEN RECEIVED, particularly from Tibet, unless you want to make it easy for Chinese Intelligence officers to zero in on the suppliers of news and put them behind the bars. Actually Phayul itself reported yesterday or day before yesterday that the Chinese government (though in the name of a court) had passed an order to imprison two Tibetans to lengthy prison terms for supplying information on self immolation to people outside Tibet. In this very particular news Phayul has written, "Sources from inside Tibet, using a popular phone interface programme, have said,,,", my question is - is this really necessary? Actually I rarely see this kind of reporting in investigative journalism and reports on sensitive issues in popular news papers and journals. Maybe my knowledge on journalism is too limited and what say is contrary to journalistic practices; then I beg your pardon!
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