I have been engaged in ethnic minority education research for several years and participated in a number of projects. During the past three years, I have participated in an important research project, the Relationship between Religious Belief and Modern School Education in the Northwest Ethnic Minority Areas, which was undertaken by the Research Center for the Educational Development of Minorities at the Northwest Normal University in China. The Tibetans are an ethnic minority who practice Tibetan Buddhism, which made me conduct an investigative research about the relationship between Tibetan Buddhism and the Tibetan modern school education. This investigative research work made me understand the Tibetans and the Tibetan students, and I gradually became interested in them. Of course, the research, to a certain extent, also relates to the problem of the Tibetan students’ identity.