The slowing number of Tibetan refugees to Dharamsala
Dharamsala, India, has been home to the Tibetan government-in-exile since 1959, and has welcomed refugees from Tibet ever since. But in the past decade there has been a dramatic decline in new arrivals, and the next generation faces big questions.
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