China lets 200 Tibetans visit Dalai Lama – Peter Foster

From the Telegraph:

Wchina11Hopes for warmer relations between China and the Dalai Lama have been raised by news that 200 Chinese nationals attended a prayer meeting in India with the exiled Tibetan ruler.

Tibet’s government-in-exile, based in the Indian hilltown of Dharamsala, confirmed yesterday that China had issued a growing number of visas to ethnic Chinese and Tibetans over the last two to three years.

Since 2002 representatives from Beijing and the have held four meetings as part of a slow-moving process of rapprochement. A fifth meeting is expected later this year.

See also “So Long, Dalai Lama: Google Adapts to China” from the New York Times.

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