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Readers' Comments on "Young Tibetans Compete at the World Junior Chess Championships in Greece"
Sherab Guo-Yuthok aged 14 and Emma Dolma Guo aged 10 are Tibetan borther and sister who are well known chess players in Australia. Sherab first learnt to play chess from his father Lama Choedak Rinpoche and then taught to his sister....
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Phuntsok Wangdu  

Location: Bulgaria
Subject: TASHI DELEK
Feb 03 2005 10:27 PM

Congratulations to whole Yuthog family.Wish you more successful and warm greetings.Tashi delek...
Richo D. Yuthok.  

Location: Toronto
Subject: Sherab and Emma Yuthok
Feb 03 2005 06:40 PM

Hello guys,
Congratulation from on behalf of Yuthok family and my self from Toronto.I am very proud to be your Agu and so well done. Keep it up.
tenzin  

Location: UK
Subject: keep it up.
Feb 03 2005 03:53 PM

congrats to the winner. i dont know whether you guys read phayul or not. but to say something, i am very pleassed to know that you guys are shining but the question is what kind of nationalit you feel when you participate in these tournaments because its not the ethic of ones but the motives of oneself which determins the nationality . i hope you are proud of being a tibetan representing us . i know aystralia has been a boon to you guys but what sense of nationality you felt more while participating in these international tournaments, a tibetan or an australian. its completeky your choice so dont feel skeptical about your answer.
Tsepak Rigzin  

Location: India
Subject: congratulations
Feb 03 2005 10:07 AM

Congratulations Sherab Yuthok and Emma Dolma. This Yuthok buddy's are known for their super intelligence and hyper human behaviours.

I am not suprised but would expect with a sensible wisom in future that even sciencitifally as well this new and first hybrid Yuthok generation will produce record breaking genius in many other feilds.

Thanks Lama Chodak and Emma for the good job.

Tsepak Rigzin
tenzin  

Location: usa
Subject: good job
Feb 03 2005 06:06 AM

nice to hear of tibetans doing well in different parts of the world. congratulations and all the luck in the future.
critic  

Location: boston
Subject: Yahoooo
Feb 02 2005 08:37 PM

Ta-shi, Ta-shi, Congrats to the two and to their parents hard work. They should be an example to all other parents and kids growing up. Success can be achieved but needs hardwork, dedication and above all sacrifice. Stay away from bling, bling,and the easy way out, I remember from school, Toil never turns into ashes.
Freelance  

Location: usa
Subject: Congratulation
Feb 02 2005 06:58 PM

I liked the news and congratulate them. THe girls name sounds bit non-Tibetan. Anyway, congratulate the parents and young twin talents.
Freelance
ngawang  

Location: usa
Subject: this is sweet news
Feb 02 2005 06:45 PM

I wanna play with them. I will probably lose badly. Bad hey Tibetans shouldn't give up. so i wanna play.
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