Archive for February, 2017

“Losar, Losar!” and “Spring”: Poetry by Yungdrung Gyurme

“Losar, Losar!” and “Spring”: Poetry by Yungdrung Gyurme

0 by / on 27/02/2017, 10:09 / in Latest, Poetry

High Peaks Pure Earth presents two poems by Tibetan student Yungdrung Gyurme. Today, February 27, 2017, marks the first day of Losar (Tibetan New Year), Female Fire Bird Year 2144. On this occasion we wish all readers Losar Tashi Delek!

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“Tibetologist and Sinologist Elliot Sperling On Chinese People’s Understanding of Tibet, Tibetan Buddhism and the Tibet Issue” By Woeser

“Tibetologist and Sinologist Elliot Sperling On Chinese People’s Understanding of Tibet, Tibetan Buddhism and the Tibet Issue” By Woeser

1 by / on 21/02/2017, 22:51 / in Comment, Latest, Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a blogpost by Woeser, originally written for the Mandarin service of Radio Free Asia and published on her blog on February 7, 2017.

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Melong Visits Lhasa’s Most Pioneering Art Space And Meets Its Founder

Melong Visits Lhasa’s Most Pioneering Art Space And Meets Its Founder

1 by / on 15/02/2017, 17:51 / in Comment, Interview, Latest

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a piece on Lhasa’s newest art space that was originally published on the “Melong Contemporary Art” WeChat channel on June 16, 2016.

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Gandhian Fire? – Bhuchung D. Sonam Reviews Three Recent Tibet Related Books

Gandhian Fire? – Bhuchung D. Sonam Reviews Three Recent Tibet Related Books

0 by / on 10/02/2017, 18:20 / in Book Reviews, Comment, Latest

High Peaks Pure Earth presents a guest post by Bhuchung D. Sonam in which he reviews three recent Tibet related books, “The Division of Heaven and Earth” by Shokdung, “Tibet on Fire” by Woeser and “The Tibet Nonviolent Struggle” by Tenzin Dorjee (Tendor).

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Woeser on the Passing of Tibet Scholar Elliot Sperling

Woeser on the Passing of Tibet Scholar Elliot Sperling

1 by / on 03/02/2017, 15:03 / in Comment, Latest, Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a series of five tweets by Woeser on the sudden passing of Tibet scholar Elliot Sperling.

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