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Urban and Rural Tibet Reflect Distinct Realities
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Urban and Rural Tibet Reflect Distinct Realities

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Urban and Rural Tibet Reflect Distinct Realities

Urban and Rural Tibet Reflect Distinct Realities
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The capital of Tibet is still locked down after protests last week and a Chinese government crackdown. But in the countryside, it's business as usual.

BBC correspondent Daniel Griffiths reports from the Sichuan province of China.

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