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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

  • Obituary: Tsering Dorjee Zotsang, Director of Kashag Documentation and Interim Placement Section

    Dharamshala: The Central Tibetan Administration today mourned the demise of its long-serving civil servant and Director of Kashag Documentation and Interim Placement Section, Mr Tsering Dorjee Zotsang. Mr Tsering Dorjee passed away on Tuesday morning at Fortis Hospital in Kangra. He was 66. As a mark of respect to the deceased, a prayer service was […]

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  • Beijing’s hard and soft touch

    The Pioneer, 17 May 2017 China’s history is replete with threats and territorial demands. Sino-Indian talks on border disputes have one theme: ‘What is with us now is ours’ Notwithstanding several Indian liberal thinkers’ strong advocacy for India to endorse China’s magnum opus, Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), in view of China continuing to roil […]

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  • Can China Afford Its Belt and Road?

    Christopher Balding, Bloomberg News China’s just-completed conference touting its Belt and Road initiative certainly looked like a triumph, with Russian President Vladimir Putin playing the piano and Chinese leaders announcing a string of potential deals and massive financial pledges. Underneath all the heady talk about China positioning itself at the heart of a new global order, […]

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  • Nepalis don’t share Indian ambivalence towards China

    By Akhilesh Upadhyay, Kathmandu, Indian Express, While India’s stated (and strong) opposition to BRI is that CPEC runs through the disputed Kashmir region, its nervousness runs deeper than that. Chinese President Xi Jinping attends a news conference at the end of the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing, China May 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee Chinese […]

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