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Murali Krishnan – ABC Radio Australia – Wednesday, 22 January 2014 (originally published 15 Jan)
Tibetan women who once played an active role in the resistance against Chinese rule pre 1959, found their wings clipped once they went into exile.
In India where many now live, life in exile had restricted their ability to contribute to their own advancement, both institutionally, and politically.
Now that’s changing with with training being given to Tibetan women to take on leadership roles in the political and social arenas . . .