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Australian Cricket team call on the Dalai Lama
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Beijing based journalists of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation have been able to gain rare access to Tibet, reporting on Tibetan voices of dissent and resistance in the face of heavy security crackdown in the region. “China is not good to us,” a Tibetan woman with her face hidden tells the camera...
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omze  

Location: nz
Subject: repeat
Dec 22 2012 10:06 AM

This report just echoes that of the Australian report and film. Yet here they are saying the Australians were turned back. How many more times do we have to hear the same thing. The world govts and Human rights know full well what is happening, and the situation grows worse, so why more paper pushing. China has responded to calls for entry to Tibet in the predictable way. One can't help feeling time is running out, perhaps that what the Govts are waiting for, and the problem will go away without any souring of their relationship with China. When Tibet does find freedom, and it will, I trust the world powers are not going to expect a pat on the back for doing nothing.
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