Gov. Dayton meets with the Dalai Lama

  • Article by: SUSAN HOGAN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 8, 2011 - 6:04 PM

Gov. Mark Dayton didn’t attend any public events with the Dalai Lama this weekend. Instead, he met with the Tibetan leader privately.

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jiatongMay. 8, 11 6:43 PM

In China, the Dalai Lama is viewed as the Bin Laden, so if Dayton travels to china, he will not meet many china government top VIP's.

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qwerty123May. 8, 11 7:41 PM

jiatong, If the Chinese consider the Dalai Lama equivalent to bin Laden, then the world is in more trouble than I thought.

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nitewindMay. 8, 11 8:04 PM

Funny how the governor has time for all these dignitaries but no time to return my email from over a month ago regarding spending public money on a football stadium!

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ginny6May. 8, 11 9:42 PM

Cool. Mark Dayton is so cool.

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ginny6May. 8, 1110:18 PM

"In China, the Dalai Lama is viewed as the Bin Laden, so if Dayton travels to china, he will not meet many china government top VIP's." -------- You are so ill-informed. And by the way, Mark Dayton has already visited China, possibly more than once. Seen their factories, seen their industry.

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