Signs of China Moderating Tibet Policy

There are signs that China might be adjusting its policy on Tibet. While Beijing is not yielding its claim to the region, a few Western reporters have been let in, and two envoys of the exiled Dalai Lama have also been allowed to visit. Observers now wonder whether China is prepared to negotiate the return of the Dalai Lama to his spiritual home. In the second of a series of reports from Tibet, hear NPR's Rob Gifford.

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