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The Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama for Northern Europe, Mrs. Kesang Y. Takla, returned here yesterday after a successful two-day visit to Ireland where she gave a talk on Tibet at the University of Dublin and met with officials of the Irish Prime Minister's Office and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs....
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Passang  

Location: New York
Subject: Songtsen Gampo
Jan 16 2005 04:50 AM

Songtsen Gampo, just wanted to say that I am with you.
freelance  

Location: Thailand
Subject: who is your choice?
Jan 15 2005 08:37 PM

You said we need change of leadership, who is your choice? Name few......and let mass of Tibet decide. Don't backbite...
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Songtsen Gampo  

Location: Tibet
Subject: Representatives of Dalai Lama
Jan 15 2005 01:30 AM

The Representatives of Dalai Lama are dedicated and hard working for the cause of Tibet since the invasion. The success of their achievement for the cause of Tibet in 5 decades show diminishing return. They have changed their office furnitures many times within a half century. They also see the changing policy of world leaders around them. They also see how tough is China. But they never change their own fixed brain at all for the sake of Tibetans. Until and unless we don't change our leaders, the prospect of Tibetan future is a dark tunnel. We need educated Tibetans to lead Tibetans. We need outspoken Tibetans to lead Tibetans. We need Tibet lover Tibetans to lead Tibetans. We need persuasive leaders to lead Tibetans. I think Tibetans don't like to have hipocrates and sycophant leaders to lead Tibetans. WE NEED CHANGE IN OUR LEADERSHIP.
tibetan  

Location: tibet
Subject: tibetan
Jan 15 2005 01:25 AM

better than what ari donchoe is doing.
Joy (Bangladeshi Youth)  

Location: London, UK
Subject: Office of Tibet, London
Jan 15 2005 01:10 AM

The office of Tibet in London has done an excellent job in promoting and educating non-Tibetans around the just cause of Tibet, Tibetan culture and history.

Also, the recent visit of Mrs. Kelsang Takla to Ireland is another positive step to reach a peaceful solution to the Tibetan cause.

I wish the office of Tibet the best of luck in its work for the new year.......

Thank you
MILAREPA  

Location: CANADA
Subject: IRELAND IS SMALL NATION BUT HAS BIG HEART
Jan 14 2005 11:33 PM

IRELAND IS SMALL NATION BUT IS BOLD AND HONEST AND STOOD BY THE SIDE OF THE THOSE IN NEED. LIKE EL SALVADOR, IRELAND SUPPORTED TIBET ISSUE AT UN WHILE BRITISH MUSTERED ITS ALL GUILE AND MIGHT TO HIJICK THE TIBET QUESTION AT UN.

IRELAND SUFFERED GREATLY IN 1840 DUE TO FAMINE AND BRITISH PRECIPITATED BY LETTING THE IRISH DIE IN MILLIONS WHILE HOARDING THEIR POTATOES.

WHAT A SHAME ON BRITAIN.

SMALL NATION LIKE ARE HONEST AND SUPPORT THE UNDERDOGS AND OPPRESSED PEOPLE WHILE BIG TEND TO SUPPORT THE OPPRESSOR.

Passang  

Location: New York
Subject: Great
Jan 14 2005 11:07 PM

Why dont we try requesting: Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi of Japan. He looks adamant. And good and very straight forward. Anyways Japan invaded China twice (was it thrice?) in the past.
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