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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་
Tibetan-American. Optimist//Realist. Freedom Fighter.
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Aug 1
New song from Dhukar Yak & Shinghon Gyal 😍
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 31
Convinced that The Game of Thrones is actually based on Tibetan "houses"/families...
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 31
"China has criminalised expressions of support for increased autonomy in Tibet for the first time, NGO Human Rights Watch () said in a report on Monday."
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 30
Replying to @Kehlani
Never grow up.
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 30
When you are managing yourself just fine and then someone tries to manage you by telling you to do exactly what you told them 🤦🏻‍♀️
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 28
This article seems like “sloppy reporting” to me. Reality is China is threatening the US (and world) in more than one way. China has always played the long game and anyone who believes Confucius Institutes aren’t part of the plan is seriously mislead.
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ retweeted
Khalid Jul 26
The power of music is crazy. I was walking around Bali and then this happened
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ retweeted
Nithin Coca (నితిన్) Jul 27
Next they'll "discover" that China engineered all the anti-Dalai Lama protestors at so many of his events.
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ retweeted
Rep. Pramila Jayapal Jul 28
It is time to ensure reciprocal access to Tibet. Look forward to working to get this bill to the House floor.
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 28
Replying to @_DechenP
When the paid protesters, in their matching vests with their bullhorns on automatic mode playing propaganda songs, take their scheduled break to eat their provided boxed lunches...
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ retweeted
Becky Davis Jul 26
Have a taste of Chinese rule of law at Beijing US embassy explosion site! Scene 1: A bystander (woman w flower print shirt @ far right) kindly decided to share images and video - apparently passed to her by a friend - w a scrum of journalists via WeChat
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 27
Of course, holding visas to China hostage! Another example of why the to Act is so important! RAT Act is not just about Tibet... it’s about China being held accountable for its actions and US citizens, journalists, diplomats, etc being treated fairly.
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 27
Replying to @AlwaysSonam
to AKA Reciprocal Access to China and all the areas is forcibly and brutally occupies.
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 27
Replying to @AlwaysSonam
...The Tibet Autonomous Region, I simply need to be granted a visa to China to visit my home and my family. (This is also the case for many Tibetans.)
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 27
Replying to @AlwaysSonam
to - Just want to clarify that when I say I was denied a visa to “Tibet” I actually mean I was denied a visa to China. Obviously Tibet and China are NOT the same thing but because the part of Tibet I’m from isn’t included in...
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 27
Replying to @AlwaysSonam
to - I was once denied a visa to go to Tibet because the consulate worker said they/China had my photos (at protests)... YES, THEY MONITOR UNITED STATES CITIZENS IN THE UNITED STATES!
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 27
Replying to @AlwaysSonam
to - I was once denied a visa to go to Tibet simply because of the fact that I am a Tibetan-American. Clearly they had an issue with the former but it seems they don’t care much for the latter.
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 27
Replying to @AlwaysSonam
to is about mutual respect. Beijing has no respect for Washington, DC, plain and simple.
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 27
Replying to @AlwaysSonam
to means that if I can’t go back to see my family in Tibet, why should Chinese people, especially those responsible for the atrocities in Tibet, be allowed to vacation in the US!
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Sonam//བསོད་ནམས་མཚོ་ Jul 27
to is important to me because I want to meet all my family who still live inside Tibet, but most of all I want to meet my grandmother again.
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