Tenzing Sonam

Southasian Tibet

The long-term survival of the Tibetan nation could well rest with its Subcontinental neighbours.

Aug 01, 2008

More mythology

Despite its good intentions, this 2005 Chinese film on Tibet falls into the same traps as all the other outside depictions.

Apr 01, 2007

Roadblock on the Middle Path

Will Dharamsala’s insistence on following the current form of the Dalai Lama’s Middle Way approach continue to hinder a return to Lhasa? Will China ever relent?

Dec 08, 2006

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