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Lhasa Cafe brings Tibet to Western Mass.

By Jonathan Levitt
Globe Correspondent / January 4, 2006

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When the wind blows, the Tibetan prayer flags hanging from the awning of the Lhasa Cafe flutter in a swirl of yellow, green, red, white, and blue. Each flag is marked with blessings for peace and long life. In the breeze, the prayers are set free, and according to Tibetan Buddhist tradition, are released into the world to ... (Full article: 1187 words)

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