TIBET’S PAST AND FUTURE – JUST A STONE’S THROW AWAY
Tibet during its past came under attacks by Chinese Empire and British Empire. Fortunately, Russian Empire never attacked Tibet while British had suspicions about Russian Empire’s expansion. After the downfall of Manchu China or Qing Dynasty in 1911, Tibet declared full independence to come under attack by Red China soon after her founding on October 01, 1949.
In my analysis, Tibet will regain full independence in near future. In my expectation, human interventions like War or Peace will not decide Tibet’s Future. Calamity, Catastrophe, Disaster, and Doom that will strike Beijing suddenly will decide Tibet’s Future.. My answer for Tibet’s Future: “BEIJING DOOMED.” Tibet’s Future or Destiny involves the Deciding ‘Event; It’s Just A Stone’s Throw Away.
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DIIR to Host a Symposium on ‘Tibet’s Past, Present and Future—What is the Way Forward?’
December 15, 2016
By Staff Writer
Delhi, December 15, 2016: The Department of Information and International Relations (DIIR) of Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) is releasing a book titled ‘Tibet is not a part of China but the Middle Way remains a Viable Solution.’ The flagship book which is CTA’s report on situation inside Tibet under the Chinese occupation is published in three languages- Tibetan, English and Chinese.
According to Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay, “China has time and again made every effort to create a pristine image of Tibet that is out of touch with reality. Soon after its formation in 1949, the People’s Republic of China occupied Tibet under the guise of ‘liberation.’ Since then, people inside Tibet have expressed their deep resistance against China’s Tibet policies through numerous peaceful protests. It is quite clear that issues such as the reincarnation of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the degradation of Tibet’s ecosystem, the rapid urbanization of Tibetan rural areas have a direct impact on the world at large. Therefore we are releasing this publication in three languages to present the current situation inside Tibet under the Chinese rule and share our position on these issues in order to draw international attention and generate public discourse on the best way forward to resolving the issue of Tibet, that is through the Middle Way Approach.”
Along with Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay, former diplomat and MP, Shri Mani Shankar Aiyar and academic and writer Prof. Madhu Kishwar will grace the book launch.
DIIR will also organize a symposium on ‘Tibet’s Past, Present and Future—What is the Way Forward?’ Both the book launch and the symposium will take place at the Speaker Hall, Constitution Club of India in New Delhi on December 17, 2017 from 11:00 to 16:30. The event will be streamed live on Tibet TV’s YouTube and Facebook page.
The high-profile symposium, will bring together political leaders, thinkers, intellectuals, academicians and policy makers from across the world to discuss about Tibet. The day-long symposium will feature three plenary sessions to discuss– Tibet’s Historical Past, Current situation in Tibet under China’s occupation and Middle Way Policy—the Way Forward.
Dr. Lobsang Sangay, Sikyong (Political Leader), Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamsala, Prof. Brahma Chellaney, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, Claude Arpi, Historian and Tibetologist, Auroville, Prof. Dibyesh Anand, University of Westminster, London, Jayadeva Ranade, Centre for China Analysis and Strategy, New Delhi and Kate Saunders, International Campaign for Tibet, Washington D.C., will speak on the issues informing Tibet’s past, present and future.
“We hope that the symposium will help widen the horizon of intellectual discourse and dialogue on Tibet, it’s history, it’s present status and it’s future directions,”— said Dhardon Sharling, Information Secretary, DIIR.
Tenzin Lekshey, Media Officer, Tibet Bureau Office in Delhi,-8585901465
Jamphel Shonu, Press Officer, DIIR, CTA- 9882603374
The front cover of the flagship book available in Tibetan, English and Chinese languages.
2016 Central Tibetan Administration