A letter to Obama
Tashi Delek President Barack Obama.
High respect, I am informing you that, I am a Tibetan, I was born in Tibet. My name is Tseduk and I am living in India right now for studying. Chinese government has occupied Tibet since 1959and they have destroyed a lot of the Tibetan culture and many monasteries.
They have killed thousands of Tibetans and imprisoned thousands more. They were all innocent people. Many people starved due to their torturing and took away their treasure .Many children became orphans and we lost our country and our rights. They have treated Tibetans inhumanely and other minorities and Chinese lay people too. Many Tibetans are trying to escape from Tibet to India because we want to study our culture and religion and we have a strong desire to meet His Holiness the Dalai Lama and listen to his speeches .The Chinese authorities are saying that it is an illegal to support the Dalai Lama.
They say, "The Dalai Lama and some people are trying separate Tibet from China" It is not true.
We are only looking for human rights, speech rights, religion rights, and we want to return to our motherland. His Holiness the Dalai Lama and many Tibetans are asking the Chinese government for a genuine autonomous region but they don't listen and don’t believe us.
We believe that our culture and religion have a power to be beneficial to all living beings, not only Tibetans. We don't want to disappear from this
lovely world. So I think all human beings have rights to support justice and truth. Especially, world leaders, scholar and wealthy people must wake up rights away and they have more responsibility to help solve problems.
Dear MR President Barack Obama, please save Tibet and solve our problems to talk with the Chinese government and authorities. In Tibet, the situation is horrible and it is just like living in prison.
Please help us try to release them without any condition. I hope you will soon discuss human rights with the Chinese government more strongly than ever.
Best wishes you and your family.
Even though I am now far away from him in a different country, I can still feel his protection. Honestly, I feel proud of my uncle because he has dedicated his most precious life for his country and justice. I strangely, plead to people around the world to save Tibet and its people from the darkness of Chinese government.