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In Conversation

(The Audio is a selected 18 minute excerpt of the Hour long interview) In Conversation Dr.Lobsang Sangay-Prime Minister-elect- Central Tibetan Administration. His Excellency Dr. Lobsang Sangay the newly elected Prime Minister of the Central Tibetan Administration. Upon him rests the responsibility to guide the Tibetan movement and to resume the dialogue with China and also to enhance the welfare of the Tibetan refugee community in exile.                                                           Q.) How do you see the Tibetan issue? Dr.Sangay.) There is one country two system inChinainHong Kong. Why notTibet? That’s the question. Because Hong Kong andMacaupeople are Han Chinese. But then the Chinese argument has been thatHong Konghas had a different business or commercial … Read entire article »


“I was only planned to go to the Tibet protest at Minnewaterpark” – interview with Lobsang Khedup.

“I was only planned to go to the Tibet protest at Minnewaterpark” – interview with Lobsang Khedup. By Dennis Barbion (Karma Dondub), Beernem, Belgium, April 16th, 2014.  (translation of the text from Dutch to English: Dennis Barbion and Iris Coussens) On April 1st, 2014, Chinese President Xi Jinping visited the city of Bruges in Belgium. Just before the arrival of the President, the Tibetan Lobsang Khedup jumped over the fences on the market and called a number of slogans in Chinese and English, about the human rights violations in Tibet. Video: President Dennis Barbion (Karma Dondub) of Tibetan-Flemish Circle of Friends did an interview with the man on April 7th, to find out more about his motives for his action. He also invited the press. The Belgian newspapers “Het Nieuwsblad” and “Brugsch Handelsblad (Krant van … Read entire article »



freedom is overrated a recluse by choice my heart is an island no one sees nor knows liberty from heartbreak prerogative not to love a mortal who will perforate me entice me to trust perpetuity forever is a nauseous lie I refute to take suffering from a love that is fallacious I want to be alone until I perish  free from misery from the love of a deceitful man from sweet lies from goodbyes Ms. Con is an english educator by profession. She is presently the Administrative Head of an online English School in the Philipiness. She writes Grammar books for Korean students and edits English articles for E-book Learning. She is a poet all her own. She is … Read entire article »

What a Concept Is this Love..

What a concept is this love, That transcends time and  space, To the heavens above; What a feeling of ecstasy, That permeates through my organs With uncanny accuracy.   I feel helpless, as love makes the rules; I feel useless, like the rest of the fools. Love needs not rest, haste or waste; It takes your soul and lets you taste;   It travels through stratosphere,  in stealth mode, Avoiding all radars, and returning to abode; It seduces by its pungent scent, Letting you taste the forbidden fruit, Before your final descent.   It breaks down all prejudices and barriers,  instantly Leaving only a warm feeling of felicity. It dominates your life, without concession, Leaving you with nothing but a feeling of  elation.   It takes you on a journey of delight, Revealing heavenly wonders to your sight; It hypnotizes, leaving you in a trance, Wandering in and out of consciousness,  at a glance.   Your vision is blinded by this concept of love; You are locked in limbo by the heavens above. There is no cure for this  hallucination; All you can do is pray for redemption. Shahrokh Sharifrazy is A trained mathematician from the University of London..Shahrokh has been an accomplished teacher of Mathematics for a long time and is now full time journalist.  He originally hails from Iran. … Read entire article »

TUESDAY 1st APRIL 2014, THE CITY OF BRUGES (BELGIUM) WAS A LITTLE BIT LHASA. Tibetans administratively detained because they are Tibetan.

Bruges: At the occasion of the visit of the Chinese President Xi Jinping last Tuesday in Bruges, Lungta Association Belgium and International Campaign for Tibet has organized a peaceful action for Tibet and respect for human rights in the afternoon. Everything went quiet and serene, and there were no incidents. However, before and while the protest was going on, more than 20 people in total were administratively detained, most Tibetans but also three Belgians, board members of “Vrienden van Tibet” (Friends of Tibet). One Tibetan man had climbed over the fences on the Market just before the arrival of Xi Jinping, and he shouted slogans in Chinese and English: “So many years! Why did so many Tibetans … Read entire article »

Breaking the Silence: Rising Up for Equality

Kolkata,India: In India’s eastern city of Kolkata, As part of the One Billion Rising movement, a group of underprivileged children, women, survivors of violence, social activists and members of the community came together at the beautiful Indrani Park off the busy Prince Anwar Shah Road in South Kolkata to rise and dance to register their voices against gender-based violence. According to its portal One Billion rising is “a global call to women survivors of violence and those who love them to gather safely in community outside places where they are entitled to justice – courthouses, police stations, government offices, school administration buildings, work places, sites of environmental injustice, military courts, embassies, places of worship, homes, … Read entire article »

Poetry in Motion

The earth revolves around the sun in a never­ending cycle, Like a person pedaling constantly on his bicycle. The electrons of atoms revolve around the nucleus spherically, Like the blood circulating around the body laboriously.   The butterfly circles around a flower with delight; It does the same around me without fright. The dog chases its tail in a circular motion, Revolving around itself in a state of confusion.   Tornadoes and hurricanes spin in a circulatory motion, Causing calamity and destruction in their unorderly procession. Sine and cosine graphs revolve around the x­axis mathematically; The water emptying through the sink revolves naturally.   The wheels of the car rotate for motion, Caused by the continuous cycle of internal combustion. The washing machine spins around, While the cat glares at it ­ dumbfound.   The disk in the hard drive rotates continuously, Retrieving its bytes and sending it to the CPU singularly. The rotation of the second, minute and hour hands of the watch; A constant reminder of time ticking away, while we age and watch. The Ghost Dance of the Native Americans, delightfully, Reunites the living with the spirits of the dead, bringing peace and prosperity. The Sufi whirling of the mystical Dervishes, spinning in perfect symmetry; Dances performed within the Sema ­ a worship ceremony.   What do all these mean to me? A reminder of everything in constant motion continually, From the planetary system, To the digestive system. Shahrokh Sharifrazy is A trained mathematician from the University of London..Shahrokh has been an accomplished teacher of Mathematics for a long time and is now full time journalist.  He originally hails from Iran.                             … Read entire article »


Belgium (11/01/2014) : To live in exile is not always easy for Tibetans. Especially newcomers are facing a lot of problems and worries. To live in a new country is a big change. First there is the asylum case, later they have to adapt to a new life and lifestyle, learn a new language, follow a training, find a job, fulfill administrative obligations… In Belgium there are Tibet supporters with a heart for Tibet who already offer help to their Tibetan friends on a personal level for several years. The Belgian Tibet association Tibetan-Flemish Circle of Friends (Tibetaanse-Vlaamse Vriendenkring) has taken the initiative to set up a Working Group for Help for Tibetans in Flanders, to join forces and to share … Read entire article »

From Autonomy to Thermopolitics: Freedom As A Dissipative Structure

Abstract  The following essay wishes to perform two tasks: 1) to provide a brief review of traditional, liberal and humanist notions of freedom in order to contrast this tradition with a contemporary, thermodynamic and informational, dissipative systems-theoretical concept of freedom. Freedom is traditionally conceived in the lights of thermodynamic entropy, positioned within a closed-system ontology. This article specifies what the concept of freedom looks like in a dynamic, open-system ontology, premised on information-theoretical insights and dissipative dynamics. Here, freedom is not subject to the same form of entropy as the classical thermodynamic principles which underwrite most humanist and liberal takes on freedom, oriented in closed system forms of autonomy; 2) With a mind to this insight, we … Read entire article »

The Case For Mathematics..

GH Hardy,the British mathematician, once wrote: “A mathematician, like a painter or a poet, is a maker of patterns. If his patterns are more permanent than theirs, it is because they are made with ideas.” However, many will rebuke this statement. GH Hardy, at the time of writing this, had no clear understanding of abstract art; his world revolved around mathematics and Trinity College Cambridge. Abstact art gained prominence in the 1940s – just the time he started writing his famous book, “A Mathematician’s Apology.” Jackson Pollock, the famous abstract artist, wrote: “When I say artist, I mean the man who is building things – creating, molding the earth – whether it be the plains of the west – … Read entire article »

Can Uganda Withdraw from the International Criminal Court?

Abstract The work of the institution of the International Criminal Court, popularly referred to as ICC has of recent attracted varying criticism from around the world. This criticism is probably more pronounced on the Africa continent than anywhere despite the fact that the continent has the highest number of countries which have ratified the Rome Statute. Many African countries have called for the unilateral withdrawal from the ICC and deferral of key cases against serving African Heads of State and Government and there is a lot of lobbying towards this objective. Uganda is one of the countries that have sharply criticized the ICC. What is Uganda’s relationship with the ICC? Can Uganda withdrawal from the ICC? … Read entire article »

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