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How the Media Handles Tibet

October 8, 2008

US-Tibet Committee
October 7, 2008

A panel discussion with Orville Schell: Director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations, Asia Society

Tseten Wangchuk: Senior Editor, Voice of America's Tibetan language service & Senior Research at UVa Tibetan Program

Robert Barnett: Director of the WEAI Modern Tibetan Studies Program, Columbia University
 
Moderated by Adi Ignatius, Executive Editor, Time and former Editor, Time-Asia
 
With Anya Schiffrin, Acting Director, International Media and Communications Concentration, SIPA
 
Wednesday, October 8
12:00 - 1:30PM
SIPA  Room 918
420 West 118th St (c/o Amsterdam Ave)
 
Transport: 116th St Station on the No 1 line, or buses M4, M60, M104, M11
 
Jointly with Weatherhead East Asian Institute and International Media and Communications Concentration of SIPA

Inquiries, please contact Caroline Batten at cb2469@columbia.edu or Dan Rivero at dr2260@columbia.edu. 
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