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Autonomy: Tibet’s new president in exile wants to talk with China

The newly elected president of the Tibetan government-in-exile (Sikyong), Penpa Tsering, wants to persuade the Chinese leadership to resume autonomy talks during his term. Tsering told China.Table, “The Chinese government thinks it has plenty of time while Tibet is populated by more and more Han Chinese. This is tantamount to cultural genocide.” Tsering takes office as Sikyong this Thursday for a five-year term.

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