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Tibet Immolations Ignite Protest in China

Tibet Immolations Ignite Protest in China

(LinkAsia Bulletin: 11/28/12) The epicenter of Tibetan protest has shifted to the eastern Chinese provinces of Qinghai, Gansu, and Sichuan, where five self-immolations have occurred this week alone. LinkAsia speaks with Columbia University's Robert Barnett about why this is extremely alarming for the Chinese government.

Tibet Immolations Ignite Protest in China

(LinkAsia Bulletin: 11/28/12) The epicenter of Tibetan protest has shifted to the eastern Chinese provinces of Qinghai, Gansu, and Sichuan, where five self-immolations have occurred this week alone. LinkAsia speaks with Columbia University's Robert Barnett about why this is extremely alarming for the Chinese government.
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