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Talk to VOA:The Golmud-Lhasa Railway line


China's first-ever train from Beijing to Tibet arrived in Lhasa on Monday. This week's Tibetan television call-in show will explore the potential impact of this controversial railway on Tibet's people, culture and economic well-being as well as Tibet's fragile ecosystem. Guests include Mr. Tashi Tsering, University of British Columbia, Mr. Jamyang Dorjee, Editor of Duetsi Magazine, Kalsang Phuntsok, President of the Tibetan Youth Congress, Tenzin Dorjee, Student For a Free Tibet.

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