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Hundreds attend Dorjee Tsering's cremation in Dharamshala - www.phayul.com

11.3.16

Hundreds attend Dorjee Tsering's cremation in Dharamshala - www.phayul.com: The bereaved father spoke in pauses recounting the details of the incident and thanked all the people who helped and came forward to show solidarity towards his family during the difficult time. The TYC President Tenzin Jigme and Vice President Tamding Hrichoe spoke against the lack of support by international organizations like United Nations and international governments and also the lack of action by the Tibetans.

“But most of all, I am angry with myself and us Tibetans. We need to become a movement of action, not reaction. We all need to contribute to our cause in our own capacities so that the issue of Tibet can be resolved. And when we do that, we will do justice to the sacrifice of Dorjee Tsering, Kalsang Wangdue and all the Tibetans who gave their lives for our country. We want to send a clear message to the Chinese government that we will continue to fight for our country till our last breath,” said TYC President.


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