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    Tibetans in Exile Reach Out to Chinese Citizens in Renewed Push for Autonomyi
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    Anjana Pasricha
    August 08, 2014 4:20 PM
    A renewed push for autonomy by the Tibetan government in exile aims to reach out to Chinese scholars and civil society in the hope that they can influence the Chinese government to restart talks. Anjana Pasricha visited Dharamsala and has a report.

    Tibetans in Exile Reach Out to Chinese Citizens in Renewed Push for Autonomy

    Anjana Pasricha

    Published August 08, 2014

    A renewed push for autonomy by the Tibetan government in exile aims to reach out to Chinese scholars and civil society in the hope that they can influence the Chinese government to restart talks. Anjana Pasricha visited Dharamsala and has a report.


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    by: Mike from: Canada
    August 08, 2014 7:45 PM
    William II should go back to China. What are you doing in Canada?

    by: Frankie Fook-lun Leung from: Los Angeles
    August 08, 2014 2:02 PM
    I am not sure that route is fruitful in the short run. I don't have an answer for them. I think Tibetans should be better educated and get involved in their diaspora community to demonstrate their strength.

    by: william li from: canada
    August 08, 2014 2:01 PM
    Tibet is part of China, no more autonomy.

    Do you think all China towns around the world can ask for autonomy?
    Do aboriginals have a autonomous state in america?