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Tenzin Tsundue had momentary global celebrity in Jan 2002 when he scaled 14 floors of mumbai hotel to greet Zhu Rongji then premier of the People's Republic Of China with a Free Tibet banner and a Tibetan national flag. In India, land of this exile brith, his poems and his activist patriotism had already won him a following amongst younger, more politically aware Tibetan refugees. This second volume of poems, stories and opinion takes its title from Kora, an allegory on Tibet's half-century-long struggle to break free from chinese control. Another story, My kind of exile, won a major Indian literary prize for expressing "The tragedy of being a Tibetan in this world".

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