This past weekend saw thousands of Tibetans and Tibet suppporters, all over the world, making their case on the occasion of the 48th anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising Day . The fact that young Tibetans, many who have not seen their homeland at all, are filled with the fire to see a free Tibet . One such prominent young man is India-born Tenzin Tsundue, a well-known poet and author and an untiring activist for his homeland: He had literally walked into Tibet, got jailed and eventually deported to India. VOA Tibetan TV "Kunleng" invites Tenzin Tsundue to talk about his life and his reflections on the many facets of the Tibetan struggle.Join us each week for Talk to VOA - a 60 minute new magazine TV show from VOA Tibetan. Each program features an in depth look at the top stories of the week and a discussion segment. We invite experts to talk about important issues of the day of interest to Tibetans andwe invite you to call in with your questions or comments.
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