Tibetan Diaspora at Cultural Crossroad

Tibetan Diaspora at Cultural Crossroad

The writer, a former journalist, now travels and writes, Harish Nambiar who is also teach Tibetan people, wrote his opinion about the reason Why many Tibetan diaspora are at cultural crossroads. Seeing from the history,  the original exodus from Tibet that the Dalai Lama led in 1959 and eventually found a home for has spread into a fairly large swathe of the Indian countryside. The Tibetan cultural and religious values being very much in tune with India’s, the community had only weather and food, besides accents, to battle with. And they have flourished, by many accounts, in India, peacefully and in alarming safety. In the other hand, there is another case of the Tibetan refugees in Australia. Australian government agencies are often unprepared for these refugees’ way of living, the historical trauma they’ve endured and the emotional fall out of seeking refuge so far away from Asia. To get to know better about this case, please read the following article guys. Have a nice day !


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