10th March, Tibetan National Uprising Day.

Protest in front of Chinese Embassy, New Delhi

“I have more time for the cause of my country than for myself, and I will make the best use of my only life to carry out the legacies of my forefathers, and to fight for the rightful cause of my country is the dream to dream in every sleepless night of mine. I will continue to rise and resist against the Chinese Communist Party, whose oppressive and aggressive policies are silencing the innocent Tibetans in Tibet.”
Sonsnow

A Fight for Freedom

“I wish all my countrymen acts more like an activist who calls and campaigns against the agony of the enemy by raising the fist of freedom higher than their head. My heart pains in great depth seeing them acting more of professional politicians, politicizing every small thing, and sits silently on bigger issues, seeking safe space and soft sits. I wish them all to stand together and speak in solidarity with the ones who fight for our common cause.”

By Sonsnow

Journey

“I am too tired of coming here time again and again to see those marvelous mountains and trying to figure out the beautiful things buried behind the boundaries of those high standing Himalayas. Now my eyes are aching and couldn’t see the scenes of the far sight. My legs are limping and couldn’t walk far too long. I am worried to walk and cross them to go back to the home, which is close to my heart.”

By Sonsnow