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Two Tibetan brothers involved in last year’s protests against Chinese rule in Tibet have reached Dharamsala, putting the number of escapees involved in last year’s anti-China unrest in recent weeks to a total of nine...
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Location: Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
Subject: Heroes of Tibet......
Jun 02 2009 05:27 AM

Dear Tsewang Dhundup la and Lobsang Thupten la, thank you for sticking it up for your brothers and sisters and for Tibet.You are truly courageous.You are our heroes.You have dared to challenge the brutal regime like China all for a just cause.What you all did for Tibet is admirable and worthy of praise.With youths like you in Tibet our cause is never lost and never will.Welcome in exile.Bho Rangzen !!

Location: Puertp Rico
Subject: Brothers protesters!
May 29 2009 11:52 PM

These brothers are true Heros of the Tibetan cause, Their testimonies of the brutal treatment of the chinese government towards the Tibetan people sould be heard at the U.N to see if there can be pressure by the nations of the world to force china to respect the human right in Tibet.
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