Over a hundred Tibetans began a "Return To Tibet Peace March" from Dharamsala on March 10th, the marchers are mostly young Tibetan activists, some of whom have never seen their homeland. They include Buddhist monks, nuns and a high-school student. To protest China's occupation of Tibet and use of the Beijing Olympics to legitimize it’s rule and policies.
Kunleng invites the heads of the two largest Tibetan NGOs, Tibetan Women's Association and Tibetan Youth Congress, who along with three other groups, organized the Peace March, to talk about their aims and aspirations for the action. Lobsang Nyandak, a former Minister in the Tibetan Govt. in exile, will also participate from VOA's New York studio to discuss the history of Tibetan non-violent movements by looking back at the last five decades of exile.
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