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  • Cliff Pasqual

    Thought it was interesting that holding a picture of the exiled Tibetan leader is a crime in China. Monk still doin' it.

  • Bridget K

    "In Dharamsala, India, the home of the Tibetan government in exile and the Dalai Lama, three Tibetans today began an indefinite hunger strike. Solidarity protests were held around the world... a monk in Gansu province holds up a photo of the exiled spiritual leader. In Tibet, this simple act is a crime."

  • Wen King

    A Tibetan monk in Gansu Province in China held up a picture of the Dalai Lama on Tuesday, the day before the Tibetan New Year. The Chinese government has banned photos of the Dalai Lama from being displayed in Buddhist monasteries in Tibetan areas. Photo by Carlos Barria/Reuters

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