Wyoming: - “Education will be our number one priority... We will strive to reach 10,000 professionals among 150,000 in exile and appeal to Tibetans inside Tibet to reach 100,000 in the next two decades” Kalon Tripa or the political leader of the Central Tibetan Administration, Dr. Lobsang Sangay in his Inaugural Speech, the Himalayan town of Dharamshala.

London: Until as recently as 2008, authorities in China have assumed a stance on the Tibet situation that verges on alarming indifference to the global pleas of addressing the longstanding issue.

Dharamshala: - The sad truth today is that many people around the world are unaware of the Tibetan issue or of the plight of Tibetan refugees fleeing Chinese torture. Despite campaigns in many countries aimed at raising awareness, not enough is being done to inform people. I spoke to writer and Tibet Exile Project founder Tammy Winand this week about her experiences with the exile community in Dharamsala and the Tibetan cause, and we discussed what more could be done.

Melbourne: It seems the Chinese people have just about had enough of the ruling communist regime, as recent comments from intellectuals and ordinary netizens show indications of the impending collapse of the government that has oppressed the Chinese people for the past sixty-one years. This year, unrest has reached new levels and emboldened citizens are standing up for their rights.

London: - Since it's formation in 1959 the Tibetan Government in Exile has been taking small aided steps towards a Westernised definition of democracy. It has even taken some momentous steps such as the creation of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission in the 1990's and the establishment of the Kalon Tripa role in the early 2000's however, these were all done under the supreme leadership of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Dharamshala: The one-sided policy has robbed the Tibetans of their basis for cultural identity; causing the loss of their language in their homeland and commerce in dealings with communist authority, their culture, and now they're facing a natural resource genocide.

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