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March for the 100th Anniversary of Tibetan Independence Day

A demonstration recognizing the importance and longevity of the Tibetan independence movement


10:00am
- 3:00pm
Wednesday February 13 2013

Venue: Nathan Phillips Square
Address: 100 Queen St W, Toronto
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On February the 13th, Wednesday, Tibetans across Toronto will be observing and celebrating the 100th anniversary of the proclamation of Tibetan independence. 

There will be a procession from Nathan Phillips Square to Chinese Consulate at 240 St George Street, and there will be an unveiling of the scroll along with a historic raising of the Tibetan flag.

Headed by Students for a Free Tibet Canada and Regional Tibetan Youth Congress of Toronto and supported by all Community organizations, Feb 13 2013 will mark exactly 100 years since the re-assertion of Tibetan independence in 1913.

Join us this year and help us make 2013 the year of Tibetan independence!

Organizer:canada@studentsforafreetibet.org

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