Bay Area's Tibetan refugees rally to commemorate 52nd anniversary of peaceful uprising

Bay Area's Tibetan refugees rally to commemorate 52nd anniversary of peaceful uprising

San Francisco : CA : USA | Mar 15, 2011 at 6:25 PM PDT
Source: San Jose Mercury News
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More than 1,500 Tibetan refugees from India, Nepal and Tibet live in the Bay Area, according to the Tibetan Association of Northern California. In the 1959 uprising, "Hundred of thousands of Tibetans rose up and demanded an end to China's occupation," said Tsokyi Choera, vice-president... FULL ARTICLE AT San Jose Mercury News
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