LOBSANG Sangay, a 43-year-old
Harvard scholar, took office yesterday as the Dalai Lama's political
successor, vowing to free his homeland from Chinese "colonialism".
After being sworn in as head of the Tibetan government in exile at a
ceremony in the Indian hill town of Dharamsala, Mr Sangay warned China
that the Tibet movement was "here to stay" and would only grow stronger
in the waning years of the Dalai Lama.
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