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clara Jun 14
Once I had a home My home is the tears for the torn tents of the red ravage Now, the yak boys, butter milk, fled. Plucked from their land like green corn Are golden flames of fury. Ketho
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clara Jun 15
This is love: to fly toward a secret sky, to cause a hundred veils to fall each moment. First, to let go of live. In the end, to take a step without feet; to regard this world as invisible, and to disregard what appears to be the self. Rumi love
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clara Jun 15
May those whose hell it is to hate and hurt be turned into lovers bringing flowers. Shantideva
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Free Tibet Jun 16
Watch this short video to learn more about the state of the internet in China, and how 's plans could impact an already repressive regime.
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clara Jun 15
I have principle and no power You have power and no principle You being you And I being I Compromise is out of the question So let the battle begin… B D Sonam
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clara Jun 14
With the colonization of Tibet by Communist China, Tibet's traditional environmental protection system has given way to an "ecocide" of appalling proportions Make Tibet a Zone of Peace Tibet belongs to everyone on mother earth, Ahimsa ! China out of now
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clara Jun 11
as we do not recognize the legitimacy of Chinese rule in and so long as we do not reach some compromise with China, under international law these settlers will be seen as illegal colonists and we shall always have a just and legal basis to call for their withdrawal L T
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Ichnaie Jun 12
Replying to @TibetanZone
“The pro- demonstrators shout about , but my religious freedom was restricted while I did that practice”. The 14th on . The spirit/ of Intimidation. /
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Free Tibet Jun 15
Qizhala: "the poor and backward old Tibet was transformed into a new Tibet featuring economic and cultural prosperity, all-round social progress, a good ecological environment and happiness of the people."
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clara Jun 12
It is here the smoke of the burning branches of mulberry trees swirl, And the sound of spiral shell horns can be heard, The roofs are flanked with coloured Sutra banners; It is here, the chest of the plateau, my home, Tibet! Gade Tsering
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clara Jun 13
However many holy words you read, however many you speak, what good will they do you if you do not act on upon them? Guatama Buddha love
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clara Jun 14
“In true love, you attain freedom.” T N Hanh love
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Overseas delegates visit Trashigang Village of , Bayi District, City. It has established the development path of making village prosperous and strong through . The delegates experienced family hotels in the village.
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clara Jun 8
Don’t let the beauty and historic significance of be destroyed! Nothing wrong in our love for a free Tibet. Tibet is our future
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clara Jun 12
When everything is being ordered from top down When everything is subsumed in rules and regulations Isn’t this the time To exercise your fundamental rights To assert control over your own life T Rabten
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Overseas media delegates from 37 countries and regions visited the No.2 Primary of southeast 's City. The delegates visited and observed the classroom, interacted with the children, tried Tibetan calligraphy, played table tennis and took group photos.
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Sealions 5h
Nazi and China similar? Both are able to manipulate the world into thinking that what they're doing is respectable.
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clara Jun 11
60 years of repression Tibetans have shown great perseverance with their peaceful struggle for freedom and justice with the leadership of the Dalai Lama. There is no basis for the Chinese’ claim of Tibet being a ‘part of China’ Don't let be destroyed
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