South Tibet

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South Tibet (Chinese: Zàngnán, 藏) is what the Chinese government names a geographic area that is the focus of border dispute between the Government of India and the China. The area, most of which lies within the Indian region recognised as Arunachal Pradesh, is claimed by both China and India. The people of South Tibet have Tibetan cultural, Tibetan languages/linguistic, and the ethnic ties to the Tibet Autonomous Region.[1]

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  1. Dorje, Gyurme (1999). Footprint Tibet Handbook. Footprint Books. p. 684.