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Under Pressure: Tibet’s Writers and Thinkers

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Kunleng discusses the freedom of expression and security challenges facing Tibetan writers inside Tibet and the critical role of writers and thinkers for a culture and society under pressure.  Guests:Ajam, Lecturer,  Dalai Lama Institute in Bangalore, and Trotsik Choedak, VP, Pen Tibetan writers’ association,  Dharamsala.

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