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In reports just in, another Tibetan set himself on fire today in the Labrang region of eastern Tibet protesting China’s continued occupation of Tibet. The unidentified Tibetan male carried out his fiery protest at around 5:40 pm (local time) in Sangchu region of Labrang. His current condition is not known although sources say chances of his survival are minimal....
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Location: NYC
Subject: Here is what we can do
Feb 19 2013 08:57 PM

First, I think it's the duty of all Tibetan exiles to support the freedom struggle of Tibetans inside Tibet. We live in free countries and must use that freedom to help our fellow Tibetans who live under Chinese occupation.

Amplify the voices of Tibetan protests: Hold public demonstrations, write articles to newspapers, make a Youtube video, post articles on your Facebook page, talk about Tibet in your local school. Let the world know what is actually going on inside Tibet.

Lobby the govt: Most Tibetan exiles live in democratic countries. Lobby your local govt to do more for Tibet. Ask them to condemn Chinese human rights violations and call for an investigation into the Tibetan self-immolations. Ask for financial assistance to local TSGs. Ask the local govt to hold a conference on Tibet to discuss the situation inside Tibet.

Join a Tibet Support Group: Don't just read the news in Phayul and pray. Join a local TSG and become an active member. I don't care if you join SFT, TYC or some other group, but become an active member. There are over 130,000 Tibetans in exile. We all should belong to at least one TSG.

Location: dharamsala
Subject: what should i do?
Feb 18 2013 09:37 AM

Its been years living with that regrets and resentment over mine utter helplessness over our ongoing crises.The self immolation and sacrifices are going on and on and i am ashamed of being a mere spectator like others. Even when i am willing to do something but i could nt think of one. So guide me one way on how can i contribute more productively and die later without a regret....
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