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- Bhuchung Tsering A native of Tibet, Bhuchung Tsering fled to India with his family in 1960. He is currently vice president for special programs, overseeing Chinese outreach and Tibetan empowerment programs at the International Campaign for Tibet in Washington, DC
- Steve Marshall Senior adviser to the Congressional-Executive Commission on China
- Simon Elegant Beijing Bureau Chief, Time Magazine
- T. Kumar Advocacy director for Asia and the Pacific region at Amnesty International USA
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