Thursday, September 20, 2012

China: Anti Japan Sentiments And The Mob Culture

By Tenzin Lekshay

Chinese protesters throw bottles in an anti-Japan rally
outside the Japanese embassy on Tuesday in Beijing.
At present, series of complicated events are emerging inside China, which are believed to be causing serious concerns for the PRC leaders. Humiliating exit of Bo Xilai and the recent disappearance of Xi Jinping earlier this month had drawn enough attentions across the globe, leading to a huge speculations and discussions amongst the lips of all China observers. 

Lately, China maintained that the party congress will be held on time as expected in October but the scandal sheet is running with certain doubt over the possible delay in the party congregation due to the prevailing power struggle, which is yet to be resolved at the highest communist hierarchy. Secretive Beidaihe meeting convened earlier last month did not favor much to the apparent heir, Xi Jinping as the party elders put pressure upon him for being 'unreliable'. The meeting went without much conclusive result.1

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Communist China: Withering End is Calling

By Tenzin Lekshay

Four Generations of CCP leaders
With the 18th Party Congress approaching, so called 'the Communist leaders' are busying boiling and toiling around establishing their firm grip into the current politics of People's Republic of China. It is in fact, a gruesome act of real politics that hinges into a cut throat competition within the top brass leaders, who are affiliated unofficially into factions. Bo Xilai's case is a classic example of such practice which had maneuvered the incumbent leaders to strengthen their iron grip over the gen-next leaders. 

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

A Gentleman in True Spirit

Shri Brij Bhushan Tiwari (1941-2012)
By Tenzin Lekshay

The morning seemed bright with sunshine, despite the unpredictable weather that constantly irk us with thunder light and shower amidst the best season of Dharamshala. Even though today’s weather seemed perfect, the news of the sudden and sad demise of Shri Brij Bhushan Tiwari ji cast down a thick cloud of sadness.

A day before he took a solemn oath as a member of Indian Parliament along with 50 odd legislators. We were overjoyed with his new responsibility, but it remained short-lived as he left this earthly world due to a severe heart attack. We are inconsolably sad as he departed us physically, when we needed him the most. But his contribution will remain immortal in the struggle for Tibetan freedom. He shall be remembered for his meritorious and unconditional support for Tibet till his last breathe. Tibetans and Tibetan supporters all over the world will dearly miss him and shall pray for his swift rebirth.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Fire burns for Freedom

By Tenzin Lekshay

After reading Li Xiaojun's tuneless piece in today's Hindustan Times, it deems important to give a response to cast off the ignorance of man in-charge of propaganda desk in the Embassy of China, New Delhi. It is pity that the Chinese propaganda works 24X7, creating lies after lies to spread the goodnesses of the Chinese Communist Regime. In truth, People's Republic of China, (PRC) the world's rising power is surviving on the edge of lies and bullets. Mr. Li is one amongst those CCP trained leaders, who had memorized the teachings of their invincible Master, Mao Tsetung, who stressed on 'telling thousand times a lie, and it will become truth'. Li's article carries no weight as it lacks the factual substances, where he attacks His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Dr. Lobsang Sangay, the current political leader of Tibetans in diaspora for instigating the self-immolation inside Tibet. However, he purportedly neglects the prime cause of the self immolations inside Tibet, which lies upon the China's repressive policies inside Tibet.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Factionalism: PRC’s Achilles heel

By Tenzin Lekshay

With the 18th Party Congress approaching, China’s top brass Communist leaders are waging a constant war within to stabilize their political will into the next politburo. Such practice of snuffing out a political opponent among the leaders were not uncommon in Chinese Communist history. Deng Xiaoping, Zhao Ziyang, Hu Yobang were the classic examples. Even Xi Jiping’s own father was not spared from this horrendous circle of power concentration. Now, with the upcoming change in the Chinese leadership, Bo Xilai, a probable candidate for the next politburo, the highest decision making power of PRC, is the latest victim. Whether Bo’s model of Chongqing was suitable for China or not, it is separately a different case, but the humiliating exit of Bo Xilai clearly shows that Chinese Communist Party still lingers in the shoes of the old orthodox doctrines.