New Delhi – Amid many painful aspects of the spread of Covid-19 in China, one positive outcome is the new comradeship between the people of colonized countries like Tibet, Xinjiang (East Turkistan), Southern Mongolia, and the right-thinking Chinese citizens have come to establish in these painful days. Experts and thought leaders from all of these four groups, who shared a common international webinar platform were of the opinion that to fight the dictatorship of the Chinese Communist Party under President Xi Jinping, they must join hands.

Washington – US Representatives Jim McGovern and Michael McCaul and Senators Jeff Merkley and Todd Young reintroduced the Promote Peaceful Resolution to the Tibet-China Conflict Act on Wednesday. Congressman McGovern said, “The Tibetans are a people who deserve to have their rights respected under international law. This includes the right of self-determination, which they have been denied by the Chinese government and the international community.”

Dharamshala – His Holiness the Dalai Lama wrote to the Rt Hon Chris Hipkins to congratulate him on his appointment as Prime Minister of New Zealand and also wrote a letter of encouragement to outgoing Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to express his admiration for the exemplary leadership she has shown during her term of office.

Dharamshala, India – His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet, expressed his condolences to the families who have lost loved ones and prayed for all those affected by the tragedy of the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. He also offered donation for the rescue and relief operations in Turkey and Syria.

Dharamshala – Scientists have discovered that the extreme climatic conditions of the Amazon have a direct impact on those of the Tibetan plateau. "We have been surprised to see how strongly climate extremes in the Amazon are connected to climate extremes in Tibet," said co-author Jurgen Kurths from Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.

Tokyo – Japanese Buddhist Conference for the World Federation issued a statement saying that the Tibetan people should decide the successor to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama on the basis of Tibetan culture and history, not China. it said: 'We, the monks of Japan, believe that Tibetan people must decide upon the next successor based on their Tibetan Buddhist culture and history. China (PRC) is communist and based on non-religious principles. It is contradictory to let people who do not believe in religion decide who is the religious leader of the country.'

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