We were ready to jump, all 48 of us — mostly young Tibetans, some elders too — ready to pounce at the Chinese Embassy in Delhi. We waited with bated breath, Continue reading
Category Archives: Semshook
‘Semshook’ was a series of essays published in The Tibetan Review from February 2004 to February 2005.
Declare Tibet an independent country
This year, on 10th march, the 45th anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising Day, Delhi will see the biggest-ever gathering of Tibetans and Tibet supporters in a free Tibet protest rally. Continue reading
Khenpo’s death a national loss
This column begins on a sad note — the demise of Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok. Like many of us in exile, life in Tibet is second-hand information to me or even third or fourth. Continue reading