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Canberra Times
China's global ambitions: are there lessons to be learnt from Tibet?The man who replaced the Dalai Lama as the head of Tibet's government-in-exile
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
The man who replaced the Dalai Lama as the head of Tibet's government-in-exile has brought a troubling message to Australia. The Chinese military forcibly annexed Tibet in the 1950s, sending the Dalai Lama into hasty exile in India. The Dalai Lama... Read more
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The Age
China's global ambitions: are there lessons to be learnt from Tibet?The man who replaced the Dalai Lama as the head of Tibet's government-in-exile
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
The man who replaced the Dalai Lama as the head of Tibet's government-in-exile has brought a troubling message to Australia. The Chinese military forcibly annexed Tibet in the 1950s, sending the Dalai Lama into hasty exile in India. The Dalai Lama... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
China's global ambitions: are there lessons to be learnt from Tibet?The man who replaced the Dalai Lama as the head of Tibet's government-in-exile
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
The man who replaced the Dalai Lama as the head of Tibet's government-in-exile has brought a troubling message to Australia. The Chinese military forcibly annexed Tibet in the 1950s, sending the Dalai Lama into hasty exile in India. The Dalai Lama... Read more
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The Border Mail
Cities with altitude: The world's best cities on mountainsthe mountains and build themselves a city with altitude. And while they may not
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
the mountains and build themselves a city with altitude. And while they may not be quite as dazzling as the mountain abodes of myth – such as China's fabled Kunlun Mountain, where the cliffs are made of jasper and jade – each of these high-elevation... Read more
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The Indian Express
Next to flashpoint, home tension bigger headache than China chillJust over 60 km east of Gangtok and 13,025 feet above sea level, lies the hamle
The Indian Express / Posted 27 days ago
Just over 60 km east of Gangtok and 13,025 feet above sea level, lies the hamlet of Kupup. With a population of about 550, Kupup stands close to the trijunction, tucked in between the mountains of the eastern Himalayas where India, China and Bhutan... Read more

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