Locke stops off in Tibet during tour: Ex-governor stresses preserving culture
by Los Angeles TimesMcClatchy Newspapers
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XINING, China — The U.S. ambassador to China, Gary Locke, paid a rare visit to Tibet this week as human rights advocates blasted the Chinese government’s policy of luring Tibetan nomads into concrete housing projects with few job opportunities.
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