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.

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

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