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In local visit, Dalai Lama takes firm stance on China

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By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / April 30, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - The Dalai Lama kicked off a four-day visit to the Boston area yesterday by acknowledging China's extraordinary economic and political might, but said any quest by the world's largest nation to be considered a superpower will be stymied as long as China continues to dodge human rights concerns. (Full article: 1014 words)

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