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Some Thoughts on Recent Discussions

It is disappointing to see where our political discourse is headed to. Instead of being directed towards Beijing, it is sadly directed towards His Holiness. Even the old guards seem to have vanished. I don’t get the same old feeling … Continue reading

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Sharing A Must Read Article by Gyari Rinpoche

I’m sharing the recent article written by Gyari Rinpoche, an article which I fully agree with. I think it is very well written. I would also like to mention a few words about Rinphoche. I have been very fortunate to work with him, … Continue reading

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Update and Woeser La’s Article About Me

I’m so touched by all the kind messages I have received since I announced my resignation from the Tibetan Parliament in Exile. It has been especially touching to hear from old friends and Tibet supporters I have not seen in … Continue reading

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Announcement of Resignation from the Tibetan Parliament in Exile

Press Release, 18 March 2014, Oslo On 17 March, 2014, I informed Speaker Penpa Tsering la, the Deputy Speaker and Secretary Mr Topgyal la of my resignation from the Tibetan Parliament in Exile. I expressed to them my gratitude and … Continue reading

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Touching Comments on Facebook from Young Tibetans

As many of you know my health recently has not been good. I am resting for a while but wanted to share this post that I saw on Facebook. I’d like to thank Migmar la for her touching words. This … Continue reading

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Questions and Suggestions for Parliament

Update September 29, 2013: I have since heard from Dhardon Sharling la that since I am not personally in the house, no second person is allowed to ask questions on my behalf. —————————————————— Since I am currently unable to attend … Continue reading

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Conclusion of 15th Tibetan Parliament in Exile

The 5th Session of 15th Tibetan parliament in exile concluded on March 28. Here is an interview with Speaker Penpa Tsering with an overview of the Session.

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