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On the eve of the four-day Tibetan People’s Solidarity Campaign in New Delhi, the speaker of the Tibetan Parliament and the de facto Tibetan prime minster today jointly addressed a press conference at the Press Club of India here. Over 100 media personnel attended the conference which began with the screening...
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NangpaSangay  

Location: India
Subject: A LITTLE BIT MORE
Feb 03 2013 10:34 PM

“Indian government and people have extended so much support to the Tibetans for which we are eternally grateful, but we would like to see A LITTLE BIT MORE given the gravity of the situation in Tibet.” Dr. Sangay.

Way to go! We should never, even in our dream, forget the generosity of the Govt. of India (GoI) and its people. It is helpful to acknowledge their unconditional, untiring, and unending assistance and thank them for that whenever and wherever necessary. However, we should not hesitate to call them out on areas where they need to beef up their performance. Do not hesitate to call a spade a spade. It will be helpful, however, if Dr. Sangay can be less ambiguous about what exactly he meant by “a little bit more” by clearly specifying what exactly he wants the GoI to do and in what area(s).

I am confident that we will be blessed with opportunities, in the future, to return their favor. And I can assure the GoI and its people that we will not fail to seize on such opportunities.
Sheyang  

Location: Delhi
Subject: appreciate the exile Tibetan Leadership effort towards the Tibet's Heroes..
Jan 29 2013 10:22 PM

Really appreciate the joint effort of our exile Tibetan leaders and people towards the real heroes of Tibet. This kind of solidarity campaign will really help in bringing the Tibetan in and outside of Tibet together as one.
once again thank you very much to all who is behind this great Idea.
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