Blessings from Beijing examines what will happen to Tibet and the Tibetan people when the Dalai Lama is no longer with them. Subject to a divide and rule policy orchestrated by Beijing, both in cyberspace and in the real world, and victim to falling birth rates far below the replacement rate, which is exacerbated by migration to the West, will the exile Tibetan community in South Asia be able to sustain its present political and cultural cohesion? This will be the most pressing challenge for the new generations of Tibetans, both in Tibet and in exile. Greg Bruno examines this question with years of research among Tibetan refugees in India and Nepal, and answers it with clarity, insight, and empathy. Blessings from Beijing constitutes essential reading for all those concerned about the fate of Tibet in a post-Dalai Lama world.