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Lobsang Sangay Campaign Update From India

posted Dec 23, 2010, 5:43 AM by The Tibetan Political Review   [ updated Dec 23, 2010, 4:17 PM ]
Compiled by the TPR Editorial Board

In recent months, Lobsang Sangay la has visited Tibetan settlements including Ladakh, Dharamsala, Darjeeling, and Mungod, according to information from the National Democratic Party of Tibet’s (NDPT) public web page, "Vote for Dr.Lobsang Sangay."  As part of our continuing effort to bring greater transparency to the Tibetan political process, we have compiled this information into one article.

The first visit reported by NDPT was in approximately May 2010, to the College for Higher Tibetan Studies in Sarah, near Dharamsala.  Sangay gave a talk there on “Ten Powers of Politics.”


On May 29, 2010, Sangay gave a talk on “The State of the Tibetan Movement” at the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics in Dharamsala.

On May 31, 2010, Sangay gave a “motivation talk” at the Tibetan Transit School in Dharamsala.

On June 20, 2010, the NDPT states that it “Invited Professor Dr Lobsang Sangay lak at Ganden Shartse monastery school … [where he made a] speech to whole students of Mundgod area schools and monks in Gaden monastery."

Approximately three months ago, which is roughly September 2010, Sangay visited Ladakh.

In late November 2010, Sangay visited: Kurseong; Sonada School; Darjeeling CST school; Darjeeling Public; Pokrapon CST School; Ravang la Public; Ravang la TSC school; Gangtok Sambota school; Gangtok Public and Kalimpong CST School. He gave a series of talks on motivation, education, professionalism, and “Ten Powers of Politics.”

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