Tsering Wangdu Shakya

Tibet Specialist, University of British Columbia

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Tibet specialist at the University of British Columbia

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China is pouring troops into Tibet, where violent protests have led to deaths, injuries and widespread property damage.

Tibet Blows Up Before Beijing Olympics

China is pouring troops into Tibet, where violent protests have led to deaths, injuries and widespread property damage.

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