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In reports coming in, over a thousand Tibetan students in Chabcha region of Tsolho eastern Tibet have been carrying out major protests against the Chinese government since early this morning. Confirmed reports and images that have reached Phayul...
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Sutse  

Location: Australia
Subject: Deepest condolence to all left behind
Nov 27 2012 06:12 AM

It's heart breaking to hear the ultimate sacrifice that Tibetan martyrs in Tibet make day after day for the freedom of and justice for Tibetans. Despite such a drastic action for the sake of basic human rights, world media and community is still silence to the call for help from Tibetans in Tibet suffering hell on earth under the most repressive policy of PRC. It is time that the Tibetan governement in exile and all Tibetans living outside Tibet to take a hard look at their current campaign/ways of dealing with PRC. It is time we change our whole struggle for freedom against PRC. We must intensify Lhakar movement, Stop buying Chinese goods, destabilise the PRC control in TAR. We must join with all the Chinese and others who recognise the CCP as number one enemy to Freedom and Democracy and do whatever it take to bring it down, least to appease them.
The Tibet Offices around the world need to do more in our political campaign, such as in critical time like at the moment, they should be initiating campaigns for Tibet, working closely with local Tibet Support groups and Tibetan Communities.
tentsomoTCV  

Location: New York City
Subject: Sincere motivation amidst oppression
Nov 26 2012 11:48 PM

As a Tibetan living outside Tibet, I am truly saddened that I can offer nothing more than my condolences to those injured and on a greater scale, to those that have lost their lives in self-immolation. It is all the more inspiring then to see that my fellow Tibetans inside not resorting to violence under such harsh conditions. I am waiting for the international community to take China to task due to the massive amount of self-immolation that have occurred. May those that have died for the truth not be forgotten.
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