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Monks at the Gaden monastery in Tibet’s capital Lhasa have been informed that they can now display picture of exiled Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama, according to London based Free Tibet....
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anticorruptbill  

Location: NewYork
Subject: rigden gyalpo
Jul 09 2013 01:12 AM

That “opportunity” always existed for “overseas Chinese” but one was branded a traitor before. But suddenly now w one is simply a genuine follower of the middle way if talking about going back into the bosom of mother china. I just hope no more brave souls self-immolate. For what? So that the exile Tibs can indulge in talks about going back to do business? Please do not self-immolate brothers and sisters in Tibet. You are the true lightworkers and we need you.
rigdengyalpo  

Location: New York Underground
Subject: BECOME RICH IN TIBET UNDER MW POLICY
Jul 04 2013 03:46 PM

If any exile Tibetans want to become rich after 55 years refugee,then the right place to become Million/Billionaers is your future TIBET.
Under the Middle Way Policy the average under-privilged poor sector of Tibetans in Tibet and in Exile could be uplifted in the period of 1 decade. So future visionary Tibetans should prepare business oriented concepts in Tibet to become rich and then help to build Tibet in Tibetan Styled Nation under the Chinese constituation.





carlo  

Location: Perugia (Italy)
Subject: Bluff
Jun 28 2013 10:39 PM

My suggestion to CTA to ask for the immediate release of Gedhun Choekyi Nyima was to expose the bluff of an opening of Beijing on the religious front in Tibet. Now comes the official denial. BBC, News China, 28 June 2013, 10:48 GMT: "China denies lifting ban on Dalai Lama worship. The Chinese government has issued a strong denial that its long-standing ban on openly worshipping the Dalai Lama has changed."
carlo  

Location: Perugia (Italy)
Subject: Openings
Jun 28 2013 04:11 PM

Openings on the religious front? CTA should at once put to the test Beijing: ask for the immediate release of Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, the XI Panchen Rinpoche.
Kalsang_Lama  

Location: Thimphu
Subject: Opportunity-Trick
Jun 28 2013 09:44 AM

Whatever may be the trick of the horrible and cruel CCP government for allowing the photos of the most revered Tibetan leader, we can use the opportunity for our best use in religion, social and politics and of course for the unity of all Tibetans.
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