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    Olympic Torch Lit Paid Member

    Will Tibet unrest deter foreign investment in the region? The Wall Street Journal dryly observes: Even before this month's riots in Tibet, foreign investors found reasons to bypass what is a tiny market in the Himalayas with a big public-relations problem. More »
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    China won't talk Paid Member

    Anyone surprised? More »
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    Tibet News Round-up from the Center for Buddhist Studies Paid Member

    Nice round-up (and interesting comments following it) from the Center for Buddhist Studies at Columbia University. More »
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    Monks in Bodh Gaya Speak Out; Himalayan Solidarity Paid Member

    Two stories from the Buddhist Channel: Buddhist monks in Bodh Gaya protest China's treatment of Tibetans Display of Solidarity by Himalayan Buddhists More »
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    Dalai Lama with Nancy Pelosi, and Young People Paid Member

    Nancy Pelosi gives her support to the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala. A Presidential candidate couldn't do that -- China would come calling. Anyway this trip was arranged long before the "controversy" in Tibet (but anytime is a bad time to see the DL in China's eyes.) “If freedom-loving people throughout the world do not speak out against China’s oppression in China and Tibet, we have lost all moral authority to speak on behalf of human rights anywhere in the world,” Ms. Pelosi, Democrat of California, told an overwhelmingly Tibetan audience of around 2,000 people in the courtyard of the town’s main temple, Tsulakhang. The visit by Ms. Pelosi, accompanied by nine other members of Congress, most of them Democrats, was arranged some time ago as part of a visit to India. More »
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    China's Internet Warfare Paid Member

    Is Beijing attacking Darfur advocacy websites that criticize China's close cooperation with the genocidal Sudanese government? More »