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Around noon on Feb. 19, an 18-year-old named Nangdrol set himself on fire near the Zamthang Monastery in the northeast Tibetan town of Barma. In a note left behind, he wrote, “I am going to set myself on fire for the benefit of all Tibetans.” Referring to...
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Dralha  

Location: mn
Subject: more peace between us
Dec 14 2012 02:02 PM

Thank you Mr,Xu Zhiyong. It is so nice to hear that Han Chinese cares to find true picture of Tibetan suffering under one of the most cruel regime's treatment on this earth on peaceful community as Tibetans. We need more people like you in the world to use some common sense rather than hardliner ideology. Again we, Tibetans, are not against ordinary Chinese people at all. We are just against CC regime who does not have human heart, mind and feel on our peaceful people in Tibet. Our people in Tibet want badly teaching of H.H in Tibet rather than meterial wealthy that many Chineses don't understand. Meterial development is not that essential for us Tibetan in term of freedom. We know truth is more power on long run with our own collective karma. So we need to work harder, and your help is needed to make a more peace between us as Tibetans and Chinese and in our world. Thank you
Sutse  

Location: Australia
Subject: Thank you
Dec 14 2012 07:02 AM

I thank and appreciate Mr Xu Zhiyong for his empathy and sympathy to Tibetans inside Tibet who have been imprisoned in their own country by the Chinese government with their clear policy of wiping off everything Tibetan and exploiting Tibet’s natural resources and abundant land to benefit Han Chinese. Although the Middle Way Approach of securing genuine autonomy for the Tibetan people within the frame work of the Constitution of the PRC paves the way for the best possible future outcome that will mutually benefits both China and Tibet, the world should never forget that Tibet was an independent nation until the Chinese invasion in 1949.
Tseta  

Location: Toronto
Subject: Note of hatred?
Dec 13 2012 06:24 PM

I am glad to know of the concerns shown by a Han Chinese Human Rights activist and writer over the self immolation and suffering of Tibetans in Tibet. I hope more like Mr. Xu-Zhiyong come forward and stand in solidarity with us. However, I am doubtful over the notes left over by Nangdrol, with his words of hatred over the Han Chinese, it could be just speculated, as we haven't seen any proof such hateful notes. My point here is that action coming out of hatred, would be violent rather than non-violent act of burning oneself, as I hear this first time, leaving notes of hatred on Han Chinese. It is because they are not all cruel like their hardcore Communist leaders. Martyr Nangdrol might have left a note which could have been misinterpreted by the reader, as it happens in many cases.

As a human beings certain kind of hatred appears with a thought of anger, it is quite natural, but as a Buddhist we have to probe into the nature of that hatred, which in real sense causes more suffering. I do think that way. I don't like the autocrat regime of China at all, but I don't hate them, instead I feel pity on these fools causing suffering on others and causes oneself to drag into the hell of hells.
omze  

Location: nz
Subject: one voice
Dec 13 2012 05:53 PM

Are you one voice or one voice of many?
Assanga  

Location: Mt
Subject: Simple story- powerfull message
Dec 13 2012 04:22 PM

This piece is a simple report, but the message is powerful. Thanks a lot Xu.
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