Friday, October 28, 2011

Shar Balek


Thursday, October 27, 2011

Local's solidary

 Based on news filtering in from Tibet, Chinese are handling the self-immolation attempts differently based on regions of its occurrence. It is a surprising, that no arrest and no crackdown of any sorts on Kandze monastery in the wake of a lone monk's self immolation. Could it be that the monastery was isolated, and the Chinese police didnt want to bother it. Or it is possible that the Chinese have not reached a decision on how to handle the Kandze case, and they will waite a while to deal with it. Locals in Kandze are well known for their courage  to stand up against the Chinese military. The following stories is the most updated on Kandze self immolation.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

self-immolations in Kham.

This morning I woke up with the sad news of another attempted self-immolations in Kham Kandze. Monk Dawa Tsering  set up himself on fire.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Crying for Freedom

What has driven the peaceful and pious monks and nun to take such drastic step of burning themselves in protest against the Chinese rule in Tibet? How far such frustration, and desperation are representatives of the entire Tibetan populace? There are more such questions in our mind than we can find answers to them. In any movement or struggle, there are emerging leaders for revolutionary movement. The fiery self -sacrifices  of these nine-Tibetan youth since March this year showed a new tactic  and new leadership in fight for the Tibet cause. it  might become a triggering point in a new kind of campaign against the Chinese rules that cost lives. That deviates somewhat to our principles of nonviolence and peaceful movement.

 Each time the news of another burning reached the outside world, Tibetan in exiles are tinged with sadness and remorse. Prayers are said, and protests are held to amplifying the Tibetans crying for freedom.
is that all Tibetans in exile could do to solute the ultimate sacrifices of the these young patriots?  For they have given their lives for ours.

A group of Tibetan will be meeting today to mull over the possibilities and feasibility of what Tibetan diaspora
could do to serve the wishes and aspirations of the perished and alive heroes of our time.  At the same time, they are stunningly curious to understand the underlying angst of their courageous actions.