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Readers' Comments on "The Nature of All Things - A must-read for young Tibetans"
"Chope's life story is compelling reading. His childhood on the Tibetan plains, his family's flight to freedom in Nepal and India and his struggle to acquire an education as a stateless refugee puts this unforgettable autobiography in a class of its own."...
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Location: new delhi
Subject: looking for long lost friend
Apr 10 2007 04:55 AM

This is our effort to find our long lost friend from south delhi public school.

All our are batchmates of 1995( Narender, Nandita, Anita, Sushil ) are searching for her.

Please reply in case if you are the same.
If you know anyone by this name please let us know.

Its are quest to find are long lost friend, please help us
We love you and been missing you all these years
Nandita & Naren

Location: ari
Subject: to chope la
Mar 13 2007 12:18 AM

I am looking forward to read your's"The Nature of All Things". The Book.

Location: Canada
Subject: A great read
Mar 12 2007 06:15 AM

This was a great real story that thousands of tibetans really experienced. I never had the oppurtunity to put it down on paper but this book really tells the truth of what happened to many. I'd like to thank the author Chopela to his great service to the tibetan government. His compassion for others is remarkable and people all around the world should look up to you.

Gompo Family

Location: usa
Subject: Tashi Dalek
Jun 05 2006 09:54 AM

Chope la, Tashi Dalek for complete such a beautiful book. I know you very well but not as much as what you have written. Your book is really great and I wish rest of us could write such a book. Your will help for the cause of tibet a lot. Thanks for leting know more about you. Sungrab.

Location: sweden
Subject: thanks for your book and dedication for our government.
Aug 01 2005 08:55 PM

respected sir i didn't got chance to read your book.I hope i will get your book soon.i listened your interniew in radio free asia and i got lots of encrouge from you.thank you very much for your everything.

Location: NL
Subject: where
Jun 18 2005 04:03 PM

hi. i don't think its available in north america yet. maybe u can try over the internet. my friend got it online.
hope this helps.

Location: Canada
Subject: searching
Jun 18 2005 12:54 AM

I am in canada and I couldn't find this book in many book stores. I wonder how I can get this wonderful book.

Location: USA
Subject: To Dorjee D'sala
Jun 04 2005 12:16 AM

I was very sad to read your comment. You should know that the office of Tibet around the world are responsible for organising all the travels of H. H. The Dalai Lama. I was sad to know that your mind is so narrow that you can can not see what our Govt. is doing even though you are in Dharamsala. So please open you mind and try to unite the community.

Location: Cali
Subject: You don't have any idea Dorje
Jun 03 2005 12:57 PM

Dorje, or who ever you are. I can't believe you posted that message when I know for certain that you haven't even been to most of the Tibetan offices around the world! as if you would know anything about the work that they do! So please don't write about things you don't know anything about! really, have you nothing better to do than undermining our own government?? really...

Location: D'sala
Subject: Finding time to write
May 31 2005 03:47 PM

Tenzin Doma from Europe was wondering how a full time diplomat had the time to write a book. the answer is simple. Most of the offices of tibet abroad do not have much work. They are only busy when His Holiness visits that country and to read His Holiness' statement every year on the Uprising Day on 10th March. Otherwise its no work but thick pay check.
May our so called dieties and oracles punish them for wasting public money.
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