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Obama and Dalai Lama are both winners of Nobel Peace Prize. What could be so terrifying about these two Nobel Peace laureates?? Assistant Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin is scheduling hearings on Feb 10 regarding Chinese censorship. I believe he should include this matter also.

In China it is a bad omen for someone to be bestowed "a medallion in gold by a northern realm"

Keep at it PRC, trying to prevent a diplomatic visit to the Dalai lama makes you seem very mature and respectable...

lol strained...exactly what does that mean? the PRC are masters of Vagueness

No, I think its pretty clear both here in the PRC and to international observers that the policy towards towards Tibet is the incorrect choice.

I can see you are talking with yourself, please stop. (talk) 17:45, 4 February 2010 (UTC)