Tibet’s Exiles

In this Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 photo, coral and turquoise stones that belonged to Tsetan Kalsang’s mother are held strung together in New Delhi, India. Kalsang escaped into India in 2004 with the help of her brother, who returned to Tibet after safely transporting her across the border into Nepal. Her mother died a fewContinue reading “Tibet’s Exiles”

In this Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 photo, coral and turquoise stones that belonged to Tsetan Kalsang’s mother are held strung together in New Delhi, India. Kalsang escaped into India in 2004 with the help of her brother, who returned to Tibet after safely transporting her across the border into Nepal. Her mother died a few months later in Tibet and she received the stones as keepsake. Kalsang said she feels alone when she has to make crucial decisions and misses the support of family. (AP Photo/Tsering Topgyal)

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