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Arts & Entertainment - April 9, 2010

Tales from Tibet

Bay Area author presents her book 'Sky Train' on Tibetan women

by Diana Reynolds Roome

Writing from a smoky Internet cafe in Tibet about three years ago, Canyon Sam described her impressions of the two-day journey from Beijing to Lhasa via the high-altitude Sky Train. It was a journey she had both dreaded and long anticipated.

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