The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) president on Saturday said Tibetans across the world should come forward to reshape freedom movement and work in unison to challenge China’s rising global power.
Addressing Tibetan community in New York, he said New York-New Jersey is the home of the largest Tibetan diaspora and therefore, they should take a leading role in reshaping our freedom movement.
They should not waste time to discuss internal political gossips at coffee shops. Rather, must work in unity to identify ways to challenge China’s rising global power, he added.
Sangay cautioned the Tibetans that providing information about citizens of your country to other country is a crime referring to the Tibetan man in Sweden who was charged with espionage in April 2018.
The authorities are well aware of such acts and such individual could be caught anytime, put in Jail and strip of their Green Card and citizenship.
He urged the Tibetan to read ‘Tibet was never part of China but Middle way approach is a viable solution’, a detailed report by CTA as a response to China’s white paper on Tibet challenging Beijing’s claims that the legitimacy of 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet rests on China’s recognition and approval.
He assured that this report will help to respond to Chinese questions and creating awareness among Chinese.
Sangay said he has been travelling around the world to seek political and financial support for Tibet movement and that he now feels he has somewhat created a sound base for the future leaders to take the movement forward when his tenure ends after two years.