White Lotus Wall of Remembrance

The following words are also written in the White Lotus Book of Remembrance, paying tribute to all those Tibetans who have lost their lives as a result of China's occupation. When Tibet is free we will deliver the Book to the people of Tibet in their homeland. Find out more about the White Lotus Book of Remembrance and how to contribute here.

 

You will always be remembered. I will fight with you, for your freedom and your voice. - Luna, Hong Kong

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My heart goes out to all those who suffer in Tibet and for those who have chosen to die for its freedom. You have inspired me and you have inspired the world with your courage and faith. You will never be forgotten. One day Tibet will be free and once again Tibetans will shine. - Sue McAlpine, UK

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Deep admiration and gratitude to the great Tibetans who die to fight tyranny. I admire and revere Tenzin Delek Rinpoche's actions and sacrifice. - Julia Portal, UK

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You will never be forgotten, you are in our hearts and prayers. Tibet Will Be Free. - Kay Maughan, England

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Thank you for your supreme sacrifice. May love so pure and strong sweep the darkness from your sacred land. Aum, Shanti, Shanti, Shanti. - Veronica Pirie, UK

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We will never forget the courage of those who gave their lives for the freedom of all Tibetan people. - Lynda Brown

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I am ashamed of the British Government's cowardice for keeping quiet on China's crimes in Tibet. Trade deals are all that matter. Churchill would have had more guts! - David Lewis, UK

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All good people stand by Tibet. - Richard Finch

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God bless Tibet and all the brave martyrs who have given their lives in the cause of freedom for their country of Tibet. - Barbara McIntyre, USA

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Those who have died under these horrific circumstances will be remembered as heroes who never gave up on what they believed in. One day Tibet will be freed and the contributions will never be forgotten. - Hannah Alexander, UK

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The beautiful and wondrous country of Tibet along with its unique people will always hold a special place in my heart. One day the immense courage shown to us all by Tibetans will overcome the misguided path of Chinese rule. - Lesley Blackie, UK

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To all those who have died under Chinese oppression, you live on in our hearts and minds, never to be forgotten. - Maureen Milbourne, UK

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You will not be forgotten, and your sacrifice strengthens the resolve of others. - Isobel, UK

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Even some distant Danish People support the Tibetan fight for secure life, civil rights and freedom. Hail you hardships, struggles and brave fight! - Jan Knus, Denmark

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I remember all those men, women and children who have died under China’s rule in trying to bring to fruition their desire for a free Tibet. May their sacrifice not be in vain and one day there will be a free Tibet. - Michael Benison, UK

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Freedom is precious and all who have died in the cause of freedom should be honoured, remembered, revered. - Mrs Ballin, UK

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I should welcome the day when Tibet is free. - Mr Harrow, UK

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In memory of all those who have given their lives in Tibet’s struggle for freedom. - Marion Povey, UK

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Fifty six years a force of flight, a leader moves a Nation's plight. The flames of honor warp my mind, the crushing sadness left behind. I see your faces every day, as misty wind flies prayers our way. Compassion, like water, finds a way. His Holiness at last returns one day. And as he stands on Sacred Ground he meets the day to not a frown. What shall he say on such a day, compassion first I hope and pray. - Clint Mitchell, USA

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Love, peace, happiness & freedom I hold in my heart, for all Tibetans. Love will prevail. - Stacey S., USA

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I honor the sacrifices of so many.... I continue to pray and send consolation and love to all...peace, love, namaste. - Rindy Carbis, USA

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Words cannot express the sadness and loss, that I feel for your beautiful country, Tibet. Stay free in your hearts ... the real freedom will happen! - Romy Stich, USA

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May the brave people of Tibet know that they are in our hearts and minds always; that every precious life given to the cause for freedom is honoured and cherished; that we share the vision that one day goodness will prevail with all freedoms rightfully restored. - Claire Merritt, UK

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So much to honour, so many to remember. - Jonathon Porriff, UK

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With deepest respect and love for all those profoundly courageous Tibetans, who have sacrificed their culture and their country. May Tibet one day be free. - Rosemary, UK

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I honour and admire the courage of the many Tibetans who have challenged the Chinese authorities. May they be remembered always. - Barbara Webb, UK

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We are with you, not for a moment do you leave our hearts and minds. Tibet will be free, His Holiness the Dalai Lama will return. - Cathy Frenette, UK

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God sees all and will remember your devotion. - Isabel Pickering, UK

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May we forever be blessed with Tibetan smiles. - Annie Cullen, UK

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We honour and pay tribute to all those who have died under this ruthless and illegal occupation, and keep faith with those who still suffer. - Roger Hill, UK

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Whatever happens in Tibet, the courage of those Tibetans who voluntarily died in agony calling for their country’s freedom will resound down the centuries as a supreme example of heroic self-sacrifice. May it not be in vain. - Marigold Clayton, UK

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It is believed by some that “Death” is merely a different phase of Life. Let us hope that you are greatly powerful now – wherever you are. - Sheila Thomson, UK

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We are thinking of you all and of the pain and suffering you have endured at the hands of the Chinese. We are ashamed of the Western governments for not holding China to account for the atrocities they are committing in Tibet. Please don’t give up hope. - Mr and Mrs Hollick, UK

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Your sacrifices will be long remembered – may you rest in peace. - Sylvia Richards, UK

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Tibet will be a free, independent country one day. Tibet’s fallen play a vital part in this goal. - Denis O’Connor, UK

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I honour the deep love and passionate souls of all those women, men and children who have lost their lives. - Ms Weaver, UK

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Hopefully, day by day respect and understanding will arise and, day by day, greed and hatred will diminish. - Jeremy, the Netherlands

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A famous Bulgarian poet during the fight for freedom of our country said: "He, who falls down in battle for freedom, he doesn't die, for the earth and the sky, nature and beasts are grieving and singers praise him with songs." I'm sure Tibet will definitely have its freedom. - Hristo Chuchuranov, Bulgaria

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Wonderful, brave Tibetans, we hold your candle up so that all the world can see you - your extraordinary dignity, the cruelty and violence China has forced on you for so long, the gross injustice being done to your exquisitely peaceful culture and beautiful country - we see you, we honour your terrible sacrifices, we keep your candle high, and send you hope and love. - Karen, UK

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RIP to all the brave souls who have died in occupied Tibet. May the people of Tibet gain their freedom as they so richly deserve. - Gerri Hennessy, Ireland

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Those who gave the ultimate to be heard must not, shall not and will not be forgotten. - Dave, UK

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Rest in peace all who have sacrificed your lives for a Free Tibet - justice will prevail one day and Tibet will be for Tibetans. - Swati Patel, UK

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May Tibet and its folk find happiness again. Tibet is a human resource where all humankind join. - Anton Reza Bernal, Spain

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Tibet will rise again one day! - Anon

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It is so appallingly sad that you have had to sacrifice your lives for freedoms that most of us in the West take for granted. I hope and pray it will not be in vain. - Mrs Chapple, UK

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I will honour them. - Gareth Davies, UK

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We pray your sacrifice will not be in vain, and His Holiness can return to a free Tibet. - Richard Behymer, USA

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Alike the petals of the White Lotus, my love for all Tibetans is glowing in my heart with the delicate fragrance called Freedom. - Elisabeth, Germany

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Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can’t help them, at least don’t hurt them. - S Trivedi, UK

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For freedom from Marxist oppression. - Mr Laversuch, UK

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“And much it grieves my heart to think what man has made of man.” – Wordsworth. I deplore these criminal acts of the Chinese government. - Mr and Mrs Thomas, UK

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I salute the bravery of all Tibetans who have died for freedom from Chinese oppression since 1959. - R Law, UK

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One day Tibet will be free. - M Rae, UK

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I honour all of you for standing up for your traditions and your religion. - Margaret Thornley, UK

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Every sacrifice is significant and is making a contribution to the campaign for justice. “The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing.” – Edward Burke - Cath Greenless, UK

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They will not be forgotten – the fight for freedom will go on. - Mr Perry, UK

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Sometimes words are not enough. - J Hall, UK

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I hope and believe that Tibet will one day be free. We must never lose sight of this. Keep faith brave Tibetans! - Angela Le Franc, UK

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Lives given, lives remembered not just by a line but in the hearts and minds of many. - Sidney Syson, UK

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“How blessed are those who have suffered persecution for the cause of right; the Kingdom of Heaven is theirs” – St. Matthew’s Gospel, Chapter 5 , Verse 10. - Miss Hodgkinson, UK

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Tibetan mothers, who have lost your sons and daughters in these terrible times, I remember you. - Anon

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I have visited your beautiful country and can only grieve for your sacrifice but always will remember your bravery. - Mary Lowles, UK

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Lest we forget. - Marilyn Lloyd, UK

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My hope is that the sense of outrage that many of us feel about the ongoing crime being committed against Tibet and its people will ensure that they are not forgotten. - Leon Davis, UK

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Gone but never forgotten – may the sacrifice and suffering of the Tibetan people not be in vain and may the world one day see a free Tibet. - Brian Smith, UK

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My sympathy is for the families of those many who have died to uphold the freedom of all Tibetans. One day Tibet will be free. - Mr Lawrence, UK

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Free Tibet. - Norman Brown, UK

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My heart bleeds for you all. Tears press my eyes into pain. - Viv Moore, UK

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You will always be remembered. - Anon

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Peace and kindness to all. - Mr Gerrard, UK

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To honour all who have suffered and died to keep freedom alive in Tibet. Like the other catastrophe, Palestine, it is the great shame of our times. - Gwen Backwell, UK

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Through your sacrifice may Tibet once again become free. - Ms Lee, UK

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What people do not realise is that if one commits evil, it follows you into the next life, whereby you then suffer in that life. You do not evade punishment – neither will the Chinese. - Pamela Strickland, UK

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Thinking of all the people of Tibet, and the families of their fallen. Love and peace. - Ann Hall and family, UK

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Light will shine in darkness. The light of truth = freedom. - Thomas Duggan, UK

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I support the courage of those who stand up for their right to practise their religion and to have freedom in their own country. - Ann Adams, UK

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I so admire your courage in standing up for your heritage. - Kenneth MacDonald, UK

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Remembering all the courageous Tibetans who died for their country. - Mrs Sarkar, UK

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With my heartfelt sympathy and love for a brave nation. - Mary Craig, UK

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I honour the courage and the loyalty of all the Tibetans who have given up their freedom and even their life for the love of their country. - Gladys Edmonds, UK

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We remember all the wonderful people in Tibet who have suffered the onslaught of the Chinese murderers. We promise to publicise your suffering whenever and wherever we can; and all of your work to liberate your beautiful country once again. Free Tibet !! - Mark Johnson, UK

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In memory and huge respect to Tenzin and all the Tibetans who have lost their lives in the name of freedom. May the Tibetan culture be restored and freedom for all Tibetan people return. - Dot Eaton, UK

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In memory of all those who have died for Tibet under the Chinese occupation. - Stephen & Patricia Wilson, UK

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We thank you; we honour you; we love you. - Honey Russell, UK

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Hoping from the bottom of my heart that one day Tibet will rightfully be returned to its people, who have shown such incredible strength and resilience in the face of such adversity. People all around the world are thinking of you and sending you so much love. - Emma Smart, UK

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My heart cries for Tibet. Have been there twice...and the situation goes from worse to worst... my soul cries for love and compassion. My soul recognizes all souls. Every morning I pray for Tibet to be free. Breaks my heart to see that money and power is more than a life, more than a world, more than who we are. I hope all living beings will wake up from this stupid mechanism of hate, unconsciousness and bad decisions. - Lucia Francistyova, Italy

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Save the culture, save the nation, make a difference. - Nena Thurman, USA

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Your sacrifices will never be forgotten - Tibet will be free. - June Buchan, UK

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To honour the many brave Tibetans who have lost or given their lives in their fight for a free Tibet. One day Tibet will be free and the many lives lost will not have been in vain. To the Tibetan people who live to fight on for justice & freedom stay strong and know that we are with you and support your struggle for freedom. Free Tibet. - Ann Merriman, UK

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I can do no better than to quote this sentence from psychologist Elizabeth Kubler-Ross: “The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of those depths.” - Huw Jones, UK

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One day Tibet will be free again. That day will come. How it came will never be forgotten. - Charlotte Barnes, UK

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The situation in Tibet is a tragedy for so many individuals struggling for freedom but also for the world, which barely recognises the treasure of the snow land culture. I express my deep respect for all Tibetans who have born suppression by the Chinese government for generations and nevertheless upheld the strengths of non violence and compassion. These are the main skills we all have to develop if the earth is to become a place of peace and justice. - Stefan Lehmann, Switzerland

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Eternal deep peace. - Gina Esmonde, Spain

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When I read the many real stories of Tibet's suffering I cry for the Tibetans and Tibet's friends; because they are suffering too! We can not alone make a Free Tibet, and that makes me full of pain in my mind,my soul and heart. Om mani padme hum... We can stand up for Tibet, and support the Tibetans and wait for the day that Tibet will be free. And that day is coming, oh yes, I believe...Om mani padme hum...God bless Tibet.... - Mirjam oude Alink, the Netherlands

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Amidst this barbaric repression the eternal flame of dignity endures. - Douglas Potter, Australia

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Forgive them, for they know not what they do, however, they do know what they do. - Laura Millard, Scotland

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Remember those who sang for freedom. - Nema Bamber, USA

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In the face of so many deaths and so much loss, the Tibetan people keep alive and constantly renew their belief in their country and their commitment to securing freedom. It’s important that we remember but even more important that we keep looking forward. - Alistair Currie, UK

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Every death is an indictment of China’s occupation, a mark of Tibet’s resistance and an inspiration to all who work, campaign or hope for freedom. - Eleanor Byrne-Rosengren, UK

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For the many who suffered and perished in the early years of the Chinese occupation little knowing what was to come and what still sadly endures. - Sue Byrne, UK

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In abiding honour and memory of those who gave their last full measure of devotion to their homeland. - Justin Haynes Jr., UK

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I am very grateful to your country and people who have cultivated Dharma and spread Buddhism and hope you all meet the Dharma and Teachers in next life. - Mark Forster, UK

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Your names and lives will always be remembered. I hope and pray that the true Panchen Lama, Gedhun Choekyi, will take his rightful place very soon in a wonderful Free Tibet. - Mrs E Holmes and D Holmes, UK

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To live, love, revere and speak are human rights which should never be denied by hatred and oppression. - Mr and Mrs Cummings, UK

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In respect for your bravery and endurance under unjust oppression. Your reward is now and to come. - Paul Spratley, UK

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May your sacrifice not be in vain… - Mrs Murray-Philipson, UK

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The fallen of Tibet live on in the memory of all free thinking people. - George Winslow, UK

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I’m very sorry that you have lost your lives in the name of a Free and Democratic Tibet. - Mr McMullan, UK

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We honour all Tibetans who have died for protesting against oppression and the exploitation of their homeland’s resources. - Roy Park, UK

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May you be free from suffering. - Anne Parker, UK

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I hope the Chinese discover their own “Buddha Nature” and then they will leave Tibet to Tibetans. - David Donovan, UK

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In memory of all the Tibetans who died for their love of their country. - Miss Taylor, UK

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In 1959, as a young mum, I cried for the Tibetans when the Chinese invaded and I still feel heartsore in 2015. Bless Tibetans for their courage. - Brenda Gosling, UK

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It is my hope and prayer that the people of Tibet will soon be free and able to live in peace. - Elizabeth South, UK

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Many people throughout the world honour the courage of all those who have given their lives to protest about China’s occupation of their beloved country. - Elizabeth Corner, UK

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If there is any justice in the world, you will not have died in vain. - Margaret Bryant, UK

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Your courage is an inspiration. My thoughts are with you. - J Hassid, UK

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Brave and ancient people who fought for your country. - S Cohen, UK

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Keep hope alive in your hearts and minds. - Margaret Scott, UK

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In memory of those who died for their vision of a free Tibet. - Martin Hooper, UK

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Your courage inspires everyone who longs for a free Tibet. - Mark Smithwick, UK

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To all those who have lost their lives in the pursuit of freedom for their own country and the right to be a Tibetan in their own land, we honour you, pray for you and remember you always. - Miss Boyle, UK

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I stand in solidarity with the people of Tibet in their struggle for freedom. Never give up. - Pat Rhodes, UK

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It is over 50 years ago that I visited Dharamsala, but I have a Tibetan flag flying outside my window and I continue to pray for Tibet to be free. - Anita Plattner, UK

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What China is doing in Tibet is a crime against humanity. The world’s inaction (powered by fear / respect for China’s growing might and wealth) is also a crime – we all should wake up to the consequences in the future world of our policies of today! - Krystyna Miller, UK

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With profound sorrow and unshakeable support. - A Burnett, UK

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In honour of your life and native worth for an independent and free Tibet. - Jeanette Drysdale, UK

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I grieve for all those who have died as a result of this occupation and pray for peace and justice. - Paul Circus, UK

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Your sacrifice will not be in vain. Tibetans will be free again one day. - Brigitte Matthews, UK

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Each one of you is a shining page in the book of life. Thank you. - Mr Price, UK

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Please remember that there are people all over the world who remember and support you. - Dr James, UK

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Always in my thoughts and prayers. - Jenny Anne Large, UK

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The tears I shed yesterday have become white lotus. - Stella Strong, UK

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To the kindness of Tibetans. Thanks. - Glenis Pewsey, UK

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”When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.” – Charles Austin Beard - Ali Hughes, UK

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Do never give up, for with me be free from China’s oppressive influence. Good luck, long life, stay positive. - Jim Clarke, UK.

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In 1966-7 I taught Tibetan children in Mussoorie, India. Mrs Taring was inspirational and much loved. - Catherine Till, UK

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My eternal respect to the heroes of Tibet who have stood up to the tyrannical fascist regime of China. - Dave Wetton, UK

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It saddens and disgusts me that the Western world ignores the Chinese occupation of Tibet and the suffering of the Tibetan people. - Mrs G Morris, UK

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To the people of Tibet – I hope that all those who have fallen help you rise to freedom. With love. - Adrian Hartley, UK

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The day will come when the Chinese occupation will seem like a bad dream. Hold on till then and cultivate your beautiful ways! - Anna Sokolowska, UK

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My heart is with you. I stand with you and remember you. May Tibet be free and all beings live in peace. - Anne Dew, UK

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In my prayers I accompany you. - Peter Martin, UK

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For all those who have given up their lives I beg, pray and hope for Tibet’s freedom. - Sally-Anne Mulcahy, UK

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I hope that Tibet will achieve full freedom and democracy and all praise to living Tibet and especially those who have died in the cause of liberty. - John Richard Davis, UK

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Belief in justice can never be extinguished! - Harry Maughan, UK

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Tibet will be free – never doubt this will happen. - Martin Farmer, UK

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If birds can be free. Why not people? - Michael Forster, UK

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My heart aches for those suffering in Tibet. I choose and ask others to boycott any products made in China. Namaste and free Tibet. - Rick Fencik

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