It could be argued that the Tibetan uprising of 2008 actually began several months earlier with what appeared to be an impromptu public address by a middle-aged Tibetan nomad.
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The report challenges the official government position that the Dalai Lama "incited" the protests and criticizes the government's response.
Tsewang managed to survive for fourteen months, 16,000 feet up in the mountains, with untreated bullet wounds, in extreme pain, living only on barley flour, butter and tea.
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