Executive Producer Rebecca Novick speaks with Alison Reynolds, Executive Director of the International Tibet Network, about how top-level Chinese Communist Party leaders celebrated the 60th anniversary of Tibet’s “peaceful liberation”. Ms. Reynolds explains how the Party’s party compared to reality on the ground, and also discusses the suicide of Tsewang Norbu, a Tibetan monk in Kham, who set himself on fire to protest China’s occupation and lack of freedom in Tibet.
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