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Good news for Tibet?

Good news from the front of Chinese-Tibetan relationship. Or, at least, hopes for warmer relations between China and the Dalai Lama. This is what we are led to think after reading in the Telegraph today that:
200 Chinese nationals attended a prayer meeting in India with the exiled Tibetan ruler.
Tibet’s government-in-exile, based in the Indian hilltown of Dharamsala, confirmed yesterday that China had issued a growing number of visas to ethnic Chinese and Tibetans over the last two to three years. Since 2002 representatives from Beijing and the Dalai Lama have held four meetings as part of a slow-moving process of rapprochement. A fifth meeting is expected later this year.
Officials in Dharamsala stopped short of describing the numbers of Chinese visitors as a breakthrough but agreed it was encouraging.

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  1. avy
    14 febbraio, 2006 alle 18:40

    oh, a little good new. %-)

  2. 14 febbraio, 2006 alle 23:04

    As an old wise man said to me many years ago,
    “One third of something is better than a half of nothing” …

  3. avy
    17 febbraio, 2006 alle 17:58

    As some – drunked, i suppose – rockstar used to say,
    “More is better than nothing, but nothing is better than more”. %-)

  4. 17 febbraio, 2006 alle 21:49

    Drunk? Yup, a very wise man, actually …

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