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Readers' Comments on "Thoughts on Kasur Lodi Gyari’s article about TYC"
We hope that our editorial will further the conversation that Gyari Rinpoche’s article initiated and encourage Tibetans and Tibet supporters to join the debate in a civil and constructive manner. With this motivation in mind, we also did not want to repeat points made elsewhere. Migmar Dolma and Tenzin Kel...
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Location: Dharamsala
Subject: TYC
Oct 16 2014 11:50 AM

I am happy to see an article on TYC by high profile Tibetan veteran leader and activist Kasur Gyari Lodi la. This is an eye opener to many on the backgrounds of formation of TYC. Written in most detailed manner I found it quite enlightening historically.

Still few things have not been surface as to the recent incidents of TYC regional chapters branching out of TYC on the grounds of political approach and how it can be resolved. Gyari Lodi la's placement on background in the article is honestly placed but I would be grateful to him if he can still guide the TYC and people on how to resolve the crisis within.

Location: Dharamsala
Subject: Gyari la's Article on TYC
Oct 14 2014 03:36 PM

While highly appreciating the pains taken to pen this wonderful article, the former minister and HHDL's former envoy fails to vividly elicit to the people what are the forward plans to the Tibetan struggle. Engagement with China's authorities refused to release any political product hence therefore, should we still engage with Middle Path to China or shall we still stand for what our ultimate goal of Tibet's Independence.

A man of his stature has lots of readers who can definitely hope to learn something from our veteran. The most important issue is 'what is way forward'. We know the history of TYC quite clear. There is growing number of people who have branched out from TYC to form new outfit of TYC in the name of Middle Path. The TYC of yore was almost taken away.

In my shortest view, TYC is the greatest organisation we have after CTA and HHDL. Downsizing of its members by dismembering oneself from this once powerful TYC may definitely gladden Chinese authorities. We must stand with TYC to ensure it doesn't lose its old shrine.
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