Penpa Tsering, the Sikyong or President of the Tibetan Government-in-exile asserted that all incursions along the Indo-Tibetan border have been one-sided and by China.
Today is the 71st anniversary of the 17-Point Agreement between China and Tibet, which was signed after the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1949-50.
For poets like Tenzin Tsundue and Bhuchung D. Sonam, the long-drawn struggle for Tibet’s self-determination has meant that their quest for homeland remains a dream perpetually deferred. They are forced to carry their exile...
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