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A group of Korean supporters began a peace march on the 1Oth December coinciding with the world's human rights day and conferment of Nobel Peace Prize to His Holiness the Dalai Lama. After almost twenty days of gruelling walk the marchers reached their destination on 28 December....
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mingmar  

Location: tezu
Subject: hats off to you all for ur wonderful task..
Jan 03 2005 08:25 PM

very energitic task on our tibet issue by our korean suppoters,a hearty thanks for you all for ur wonderfull support.we look foward for the same in the near by future.mine good wishes are with you all.dear tibetan fellow man, learn form these great loving people we need to thanks for these people for caring about us...i know their are many good people who support for us...from our six million people i humbly say thanks for ur wonderfull support.may god wiht us.....bhod gyalo.
Pure Bhulpa  

Location: USA
Subject: feel possitive about Korean support
Dec 31 2004 06:28 PM

I just love it. It is good news to hear that some other nation like Korea is supporting for justice, human rights and peaceful solutions for better world to live in future. I am very sure more will come out near future, and thank you very much for your effort. I, myself is so proud of being Tibetan under such a wonderful leadership. I don't see any other nation who truelly care about world peace like our exile government does under extraordinary leadership by H.H. Long live H.H. the Dalai Lama and be peace in the world.
Pure Bhulpa  

Location: USA
Subject: feel possitive about Korean support
Dec 31 2004 06:26 PM

I just love it. It is good news to hear that some other nation like Korea is supporting for justice, human rights and peaceful solutions for better world to live in future. I am very sure more will come out near future, and thank you very much for your effort. I, myself is so proud of being Tibetan under such a wonderful leadership. I don't see any other nation who truelly care about world peace like our exile government under extraordinary leadership by H.H. Long live H.H. the Dalai Lama and be peace in the world.
Migmar Gyalnub  

Location: Portland, Oregon
Subject: Thank You
Dec 31 2004 01:28 AM

Mr.and Mrs. Jayang la,

Thank you so much for your initiative to conduct a Tibet walk in Korea. I feel that is one part of the world where not much activity on Tibet is carried out. This was a first of its kind. I am sure more will definately follow. Kudos, you folks paved the way for future activities on Tibet to take place. Specially now with the many Koreans coming to India to receive teaching from H.H. the Dalai Lama. This would create awareness about Tibet. Above all I would like to thank all the Koreans who took part in the Tibet walk in Korea.
Once again here is a "BIG THANK YOU" and keep the good work.
Nawang  

Location: us
Subject: Walk for Tibet
Dec 30 2004 11:38 PM

Thank you! Thank you. We will prevail.
Anya Ga Se Oh!!. Kam sa Mida!!!
Tsewang Rangzen  

Location: Vancouver, WA
Subject: THANK YOU
Dec 30 2004 09:33 PM

Thank you all for walking for Tibet. Keep up the good work. We will all see each other in a FREE TIBET very soon.

Tsewang Rigzin
www.rangzen.org
Dawa  

Location: Lhasa
Subject: Good job
Dec 30 2004 08:49 PM

Thank you Jamyang la and your wife for great work done for Tibet.
critic  

Location: boston
Subject: walk, strive for others
Dec 30 2004 07:07 PM

Thank u, what we need in countries like Korea is awareness of the presence of Tibetans and its supporters. I am sure this walk helped a great deal. This is certainly a religious excursion or circumabulation- walking for others so that they may get some rewards. I am sure they could easily sit at a beach resort and sip some cocktails during the same time.
tenzin  

Location: daramsala
Subject: what job you did....
Dec 30 2004 06:52 PM

you guys are great,you dida facinating job thanks to pema la.your work for tibets cause is really beyound words.
i will see you guys in daramsala in your cafe(ri)..when you guys are coming back?
Lobsang Auka  

Location: Bylakuppe
Subject: Great the words
Dec 30 2004 05:33 PM

you both have done a great job in creating an awareness on Tibet cause. i really appreciate your work and moreover, your wife's statement to the press was absolutely fascinating.
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