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Supporters of Dalai Lama Publish World Map Showing Independent Tibet, Combined State of Mongolia

Mongolia Web
December 20, 2007

Supporters of the Dalai Lama have published a new world map guaranteed to arouse a hostile reception in China. 

For not only does the map show Tibet as an independent country, but also includes a combined nation of Mongolia and China’s Inner Mongolia. 

Rohit Singh of the Friends of Tibet Campaign noted during the unveiling of the map, "A country is identified by its boundaries and presence on the political map. Tibet was an independent country until China occupied it and diminished it from face of world atlases. This initiative is for reestablishing Tibet on the world map, to focus on the aspect of its position, its importance and its existence which China is out to destroy." 

Additionally, the new world map illustrates Turkistan, and Manchuria as separate countries along side China.





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