After Dalai, who would be most important Tibetan?

After Dalai, who would be most important Tibetan?

Beijing : China | Mar 10, 2011 at 12:53 PM PST
Source: Time of India
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Lobsang Sangay Lobsang Sangay, senior fellow at Harvard Law School, is a scholar and an activist. Born in a Tibetan refugee settlement in Darjeeling in 1968, he attended the Central School for Tibetans in Sonada and Darjeeling and did his BA in English Literature and Bachelor in Law from Delhi... FULL ARTICLE AT Time of India
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