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Lobsang Tsering

Fighting for Free Tibet.

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Lobsang Tsering started a new discussionDec, 05 2016

Why did China take control of Tibet in the 1950's? It seems like such a naked land grab, what was the context around all this?

One thing I still don't understand is why did Tibet become a part of China in the 1950's? Looking at the wikipedia page, it doesn't look like China had to conquer Tibet, but rather it was agreed to by treaty?

Anyway, any of the background story of this would be much appreciated.

Lobsang Tsering started a new discussionNov, 09 2016

Trump is hard on China. Time for Tibetans to unite and mobilise the fight

China's obsession with south Asian sea will be challenged by trumans and Tibetans should put pressure from there other end to put more pressure
Lobsang Tsering posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 22 2016

Self censorship of lyrics in exile

Rangzen's songs even became unofficial Tibetan anthem. especially this one "We Tibetan Nomads":

Never knew that he was band.


Lobsang Tsering agreed with an opinion onOct, 21 2016

Can you feel the envelope of the smog in Delhi already ?

Rohit pande had posted

The pristine Himalayas are also being affected. Soon, there would be no escape from this soot and smoke. Why are we collectively doing this to ourselves and our children



Lobsang Tsering posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 21 2016

Red signal / reminder

ཛམ་བྷ་ཚང་ ཡི་ཐོགས་ you are right its time for us to understand that our this is not our home. Life in exile is very comfortable for us Tibetans apart from one or two such incidents. Imagine the hell our brother are going through, in Tibet facing atrocities of evil China. Its high time our struggle from outside Tibet touch our brothers in Tibet.
ཛམ་བྷ་ཚང་ ཡི་ཐོགས་ you are right its time for us to understand that our this is not our home. Life in exile is very comfortable for us Tibetans apart from one or two such incidents. Imagine the hell our brother are going through, in Tibet facing atrocities of evil C
Lobsang Tsering started a new discussionOct, 21 2016

Local traders dismantle Tibetan sweater market in Haryana. Indian brothers need to help us out.

A large number of local traders gathered at the vegetable market and started tearing apart the sweater stores set up by the Tibetan sweater traders on Tuesday in Bahadurgarh

Tibetans women kept on pleading "Brothers, we have come here so that we can feed our children, please don’t destroy our stores. It will ruin our livelihood. We seek refuge in your city."


A large number of local traders gathered at the vegetable market and started tearing apart the sweater stores set up by the Tibetan sweater traders on Tuesday in Bahadurgarh Tibetans women kept on pleading "Brothers, we have come here so that we can feed our children, please don’t destroy our stor
Lobsang Tsering agreed with a discussionOct, 16 2016

Fallacy of middle school education

We in India think that our education system and curriculum is really good and we create competitive and bright kids..


Competitive... True! But bright... I doubt! I believe lots need to be done in education system. The way we teach science and maths and all the subjects are more of chores than anything. We don't deploy or adopt ways of truly making the subjects interesting. Just sticking to the curriculum and age old books... Is that it? No practical application of subjects. Things need to change. Kids make their most important decisions of life in 10th and 12th standards. If they don't know the potential of what they are learning, the subjects and their practical application, how would they choose their right calling? This one thing needs to change. Teachers should be passionate about their subjects OR only passionate people should be made teachers. They should use a fun and practical way of teaching. Kids need to really understand the subject and to relate to it's practical application on our day to day lives. Only then kids will have a true free choice to select their subjects of choice.


Solution to this could be a parallel system with interesting and engaging curriculum apps, games, videos or selected lectures from across the world. Gamification Concepts can further help to make these lessons and learnings more interesting. We should start with 7th to 10th standard curriculum... As this is the most important time in a child's potential future. We ask our kids to make big decisions (arts or science) during this age. Most of the kids generally succumb to their parents wish list and aspirations. Knowing little of what they really want... And this eventually leads to sub par or average performance in kid's future professions. They seldom are able to reach True excellence. Excellence could only be achieved when people work further to develop their natural talents and interests. And only then they are able to contribute the best of their true potential. Everything else is sub par.

So, we need to develop interesting and practical content for standards 7th through 10th as a first step. We can also leverage concepts from popular MOOC model of learning. Positive Intervention with these kids (7-10 standard) can exponentially impact the world in next 5-10 years.


Thoughts?

We in India think that our education system and curriculum is really good and we create competitive and bright kids.. Competitive... True! But bright... I doubt! I believe lots need to be done in education system. The way we teach science and maths and all the subjects are more of chores than anythi
Lobsang Tsering agreed with a discussionOct, 15 2016

Is Indian economy's dream run with oil nearing its end ?

Its a matter of debate that whether some of the growth parameters that the Indian economy has shown in the last couple of years are heavily derived from falling oil prices or from a structural uptick in the internal economy. The verdict shall play itself out if oil reverses its direction now


http://scroll.in/article/818803/oil-prices-could-rise-again-soon-and-bring-indias-growth-engine-to-a-halt

Its a matter of debate that whether some of the growth parameters that the Indian economy has shown in the last couple of years are heavily derived from falling oil prices or from a structural uptick in the internal economy. The verdict shall play itself out if oil reverses its direction nowhttp://s
Lobsang Tsering started a new discussionOct, 15 2016

India's boycott of made in China products is just affecting its traders.

If India really wants to boycott Chinese products, it should stop trade with it. Boycotting made in China product is affectign its own business-men and no one else.
Lobsang Tsering disagreed with a discussionOct, 15 2016

Modi's talk to work ratio is a reciprocal of manmohan's talk to work ratio

Nothing fails a bad product more than a good marketing
Lobsang Tsering posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 14 2016

AMA with Thomas Mann

For us common tibetan people what matters the most is preservation of our culture. Free tibet does not mean the land of tibet free tibet means the freedom to practice and propagate our buddhist culture. Shouldn't all the groups fighting for tibetan cause focus on this aspect first and rest later?
Lobsang Tsering started a new discussionOct, 12 2016

Middle way approach or complete independence. Tibetans are united for their cause.

We saw a great discussion on 'building a Tibetan Internet Army' Building a Tibetan Internet Army - AwareMonk I can notice that a few young people questioned unity of people fighting for its freedom. They pointed out that are Tibetans jointly fighting in the movement or they are divided by the idea of middle way approach and complete freedom. Why don't we Tibetans here discuss it and make it clear that we are fighting Chinese together.
We saw a great discussion on 'building a Tibetan Internet Army' Building a Tibetan Internet Army - AwareMonk I can notice that a few young people questioned unity of people fighting for its freedom. They pointed out that are Tibetans jointly fighting in the movement or they are divided by the idea o
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Building a Tibetan Internet Army

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For the last several years there has been a significant increase in the number of Tibetans, both in Tibet and in exile, embracing the Internet and social media world, not


Lobsang Tsering Fighting for Free Tibet.

Arent these voices too scattered as of now. How to amplify remains the problem? Isn't it?

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