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The Chinese government has strongly denied reports of any relaxation in their decades old policy in Tibet of a blanket ban on the display of portraits of exiled Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama....
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khawachenpa  

Location: paris
Subject: my money making life is over
Jul 06 2013 11:20 PM

rigden-rinpoche, hi my money making life is already long over in Exile, but I am proud of being still a Tibetan and wish my dream comes soon true under the Middle Path Policy of Sikyon and CO.
My dream is to have enough money to buy a Royal Enfeld and then ride across the northern Changthang from Amdo to Mt.Kailash enjoying the last beauty in its still unexpoiled nature.
If I choose to wait for Rangzen, I will be never ever see that beautiful plateau and when if I see it after many many years,it would not be that natural nature
Khampakhampa  

Location: Toronto
Subject: fooled
Jul 05 2013 10:05 PM

Another trick played by chinese govt. during US Ambassador to China Gary Locke's visit to Tibet.
rigdengyalpo  

Location: USA-Phagpai Gyurma
Subject: BAN OR NO BAN > EXODUS to TIBET UNAVOAIDABLE
Jul 04 2013 03:19 PM

Sooner or later there will be the historical great exodus of exile educated Tibetans making back to Tibet for opening up enterprises and companies.
The "First come first serve" advantages in the transitional period vacuum for any Tibetan enterprenuers would be attractive and profitable.
The great exodus of business oriented Exile-walas would be unavoidable and I think it is good for any "outsiders" to build again the economy of Tibet at the Mainland Chinese standard.
Be ready and plan for the initial jump for your life`s chance.
Kalsang_Lama  

Location: Thimphu
Subject: Black won't turn into white
Jun 29 2013 06:31 PM

Eeveryone was so surprised to hear black Communist China government turning into a white China by allowing Tibetan people to display and worship their holiest spritual leader. Black Communist Chinese government will remain black for ever for committing all kinds of horrible things upon their own Chinese people and of course on Tibetan people.

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