• Personal article

    A question without an answer

    I often wonder if the concepts on which we think are often just the characters they represent. I often wonder what is real in our life. Why does every thought always give a person an extremely nihilistic sense of absurdity? Or is prejudice the ultimate way for individuals to explore the truth? What is real? Is it sensory acceptance, measurement, or group deception? Is the individual’s mental strength worth being elevated or dwarfed? inscriptions   I totally remember when I walked along every familiar or unfamiliar path to think about problems, these problems are always everywhere. There is still no answer to the big questions that have puzzled me all…

  • Reproduced

    To: SAMSUNG UI Tibetan Language Development Team and Its Members

    Dear Samsung UI Tibetan Language Development Team and Its Members: I am Snamo Khangey, translator of the Tibetan version of the Samsung UI. I am from Tibet, and graduated from the Tibetan Language and Culture Department of Northwest University for Nationalities in mainland China in 2017. I hope my frank introduction can dispel your concerns. This project is indeed translated by Tibetan translators. I’m trying my best to do this job. Because of my carelessness, I apologize to the working group. I still have to apologize again and again because my translation results have caused confusion in your work. As you know, translation is a cross-cultural phenomenon. If you can’t…

  • Personal article

    Neruda:Glorious city

    A postscript to watching the movie Neruda I remember that Neruda wrote poetry on a typewriter, so I changed the voice of the keyboard of the computer to the voice of a typewriter. in this space that despises poetry and freedom, which is enveloped by the aesthetic appreciation of power, I was anxiously evoking freedom with a faint light. In order to face a free city with dignity, my burning patience was at the foot of a mountain in Lhasa, eager to meet the dawn. The loneliness of Latin American literature permeates the soul. This scarred continent seems to bear the eternal suffering of human beings, knocking on the beginning…

  • Social commentary

    the plight of South Asian civilization

    the plight of South Asian civilization Why is the fate of South Asia and the Tibetan Plateau always so similar? While all are beginning to perceive India and Tibet in a polarized manner, Indians and Tibetans are wavering between the superiority of others’ fantasies and their exaggerated legacy. Compared with Indians’ blindfold of western fantasy, Tibet was deeply rooted in the obscenity and infatuation of others with purely conceptual and pure labels such as “purifying the soul” and “snow-covered Buddhist country.” Is not where there has always been a high degree of spiritual civilization, people are always too much analysis of the power of the heart and underestimate seriously reflect…

  • Social commentary

    The right and wrong of Tibetans

    Yeden Tsering`s poem and collective paralysis Many years ago I thought that Yeden Tserings poetry was especially good. After reading his poem, all Tibetans could not help but be proud of their own nation. Only then did I discover that when a poet, praising a nation for a lifetime, gained a huge reputation, he became the voice of the collective paralysis in this nation.It’s not hard to say that a group is good and then strongly praises it. The hard part is that your writing must make people alert, too much self-feeling will stop all your compatriots from developing. What a terrible thing for Tibetans. Present, the Middle Ages of Tibet…