The Extraordinary Women of Tibet Episode 2 of Under the Dragon's Shadow

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China's economic might is enabling it to take over the world.

China’s influence is expanding across continents. What does it mean for different countries, their people, their future?

In this episode, Gauri Noolkar-Oak talks to Tashi Choedon, Researcher at the Tibet Policy Institute, about the historical and current roles of Tibetan women, both religious and non-religious, in Tibetans’ struggle against Chinese occupation of Tibet.

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Gauri Noolkar-Oak

Gauri Noolkar-Oak is a transboundary water conflicts researcher and has studied river basins in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and South Asia. She is also the Founder of Lokmaanya.

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