(AP) — A Tibetan spiritual leader installed by China's communist
government against the Dalai Lama's wishes has finished a trip to a
major Buddhist monastery with comments unlikely to endear him to an
already skeptical Tibetan public.
Panchen Lama is the second-ranked religious leader to Tibetans, after
the Dalai Lama, but most Tibetans do not accept him because he was
appointed by Beijing. The original boy selected by the Dalai Lama in
1995 has not been heard from since, with suspicion falling on Beijing.
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