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Mention the name Dr Albert Shelton and most Americans would be hard pressed to place him. Yet his name should rank alongside those of the world's great explorers and missionaries, such as Dr David Livingstone of Africa...
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cheeranjeev  

Location: India
Subject: Tibet was never a part of China
Jul 19 2009 04:34 PM

Whether China was in turmoil or not, tibetans were always there as an independent state. We had our own official postal stamps and currency. We had engaged in my political treaty with neighbouring countries like Nepal and British India.
Yes,due to political instability in Tibet, Chinese influence in then Tibet was quite strong. But that does mean We Tibetans are under Chinese Government! understand?
Himalaya  

Location: Massachusetts
Subject: de facto
Nov 27 2004 04:02 AM

"From 1911 to 1950, Tibet was de facto independent."

No country recognized Tibet as an independent country during 1911 to 1950. No country had diplomatic relationship with Tibet during 1911 to 1950. China was in turmol in that period and no central Chinese govenment had an ability to control entire China.
dd  

Location: ny
Subject: dd
Nov 26 2004 10:19 PM

hmmm, he was killed by a khampa bandit.

Jesus  

Location: Earth
Subject: God, Damn It!
Nov 26 2004 04:42 AM

A: Guess what?
B: What?

A: Jesus loves you!
B: Shut the fcuk up!

A: That's true though.
B: Keep it to yourself.
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