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Latest Activity: Nov 14, 2011

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Started by Dagmar I. Glausnitzer-Smith. Last reply by S Piparo Nov 22, 2009.

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Comment by ARTStap International on August 29, 2011 at 10:59
join us at www.studentszine.com Irelands leading publication for the contemporary arts
Comment by ArtwallZine on February 27, 2011 at 17:27
New issue.click on the cover and take a look.Now artwallzine will be printed!www.artwallzine.com

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Comment by ArtwallZine on January 26, 2011 at 20:07

If you want to participate on our online magazine please go to http://network.artwallzine.com and make your page there.


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Comment by S Piparo on November 22, 2009 at 14:12
“This year, who does not know that our monks and laypeople, men and women, lost their precious lives? Northern Land of Snows, long accustomed to swallowing tears of grief, fellow countrymen of the three provinces,1 surviving patiently in the confines of a straitjacket, filled with terror, fear and anguish, on whom is their humble gaze fixed? The great snow mountain thirsting for freedom, democracy and equality is once more streaked red with blood… Is this the ‘fierce red wind’ that we have not yet been able to forget, starting to howl once more? Is this the gloom of the ‘darkness’ which has not yet vanished from the inner recesses of our minds, starting to gather once more? If you have eyes, do you not see that many, many of our fellow countrymen went forth with the dream of our nation in their minds?”

– by Nyen, ‘The Wild One,’ in the ‘Eastern Snow Mountain’
Comment by S Piparo on November 22, 2009 at 11:33
According to the website of the non-governmental organization "Save Tibet", the Tibetan people are denied most rights guaranteed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, including the rights to self-determination, freedom of speech, assembly, movement, expression, and travel.[69] See also the downloadable book: A Great Mountain Burned by Fire: China's Crackdown in Tibet[70] Elliot Sperling, an Associate Professor of Tibetan Studies at Indiana University, in a statement to Human Rights Watch, introduced his new book that graphically detailed the exile of Tibetans today and the role human rights violations played in forcing many Tibetans to leave their homeland.[71]

Link to the PDF Book
Comment by S Piparo on November 18, 2009 at 10:00
Hello! I am new to the group, everything looks fantastic!!!!

I also have a collective site, http://www.concepts4peace.com
Would any of you like to add your work to it?
It is for art and social change.
please contact me at concepts4peace@yahoo.com
Comment by Ollie Johns on August 26, 2009 at 12:57
you all need to know about this www.dahra.org there is also the DATA exhibition (designers against tibetan abuse) running now in The Gallery on Cork Street, Mayfair, London. All artwork will be auctioned on the 29th august with all proceeds going to the tibetan relief fund.
Comment by alexey_kushnarenko on December 20, 2008 at 12:59
Comment by Cora de Lang on October 16, 2008 at 19:25
I live in Asia for altogether 10 year now ... and still go on -

please check www.visionaryartist4tibet.org peace to all of you - I love TIBET

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