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The Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues shares a welcome of the Tibetan new year with remarks, followed by the Secretary of State.  The Representative of the Tibetan Central Administration to the United States, Namgyal Choedup, then provides a statement on behalf of Losar.  Afterwards, the program highlights a glimpse of Tibetan culture — with a song by the Tibetan Association of Santa Fe’s Weekend Tibetan School, dance performance by Tibet-American children, and messages from students of the Tibetan Scholarship program.  Introduction Song: Lushey Len by Kunsel and Tsejin

U.S. Department of State

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