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  • Tibetan Feelings Hurt by Shugden Protests in California

    Tibetan Feelings Hurt by Shugden Protests in California We, the members of Tibetan Community Associations of Northern California and Los Angeles, have been dismayed by the behavior of a small group of people shouting insults at His Holiness the Dalai Lama during his recent visit to California. Many of them appear to have been monastics […]

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  • Rangwang or Rangzen

    This article was written by long standing community member of the Southern California Tibetan Community, Chewang Ngokhang also known as Ajo Che. TASC has no opinion on the subject but would like to share a community member’s creative work, and encourage other community members to contribute their own works. RANGWANG OR RANGZEN For eons I have been debating […]

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Tibet News

  • In China, repression buries rule of law

    Editorial Board, Washington Post, 27 September 2016 AS CHINA’S economy mushroomed in recent decades, outsiders often pointed out the need to establish rule of law, giving investors and business executives, both at home and abroad, a reliable set of rules upon which to make decisions. In a democratic system, rule of law also provides a […]

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  • Unbylined: A Q&A With a Chinese Fixer

    Piper French, Road&Kingdom In international journalism, a local journalist hired by foreign reporters for his or her special knowledge of the local area, culture, and language is called a fixer. The relatively unsung nature of the fixer’s work belies its difficulty and its importance. Fixers are crucial in helping foreign journalists navigate unfamiliar places and […]

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  • Dalai Lama envoy says Canada-China free trade must factor in Tibetan crisis

    Stephen Smith, CBC New The self-immolation protests of 144 mostly young Tibetans since 2009 cannot be ignored as Canada embarks on exploratory free trade talks with China, says the Dalai Lama’s special representative to the United States and Canada. “They should look at the reason why people are doing this,” Penpa Tsering said in an interview […]

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  • Exile Tibetan Administration gets new Justice Commissioner

    The exile Tibetan Parliament voted Dr. Ngawang Rabgyal in as the new Justice Commissioner. The veteran civil servant won the post with 24 votes, with the second highest number of votes going to Nangsa Choedon, the secretary for the Department of Information and International Relations who received 18 votes. Dr. Rabgyal, who has served as […]

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