Articles by: High Peaks Pure Earth

Wen Jiabao’s interview with CNN

0 by / on 28/09/2008, 07:08 / in Comment

CNN was the hate target of angry Chinese nationalists during the Tibetan protests. In March 2008 during his visit to Vietnam, Wen Jiabao in his interviews with international press used the phrase “the Dalai Lama’ in contrast to the usual term Dalai or Dalai clique that was favouved by the Chinese state media. Wen Jiabao’s use of the phrase lead […]

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Why Armchair Revolutionaries Hate Tibet

3 by / on 26/09/2008, 14:20 / in Comment

This is an original feature by High Peaks Pure Earth in response to Brendan O’Neill’s article titled, ‘Why Liberals Love Tibet’, published in the American Conservative. Although the article appeared in a right wing magazine, Brendan O’Neill was the former editor of the now defunct magazine Living Marxism and is currently a columnist for the British paper The Guardian. As […]

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“Advice to the Youth of the Land of Snow” By Lobsang Jamyang (Student)

1 by / on 22/09/2008, 13:59 / in Comment

It is sad to see some Tibetan youth idle away their time in pleasure-seeking. Our ancestors have left us with the rich culture and history, but what will we leave for our descendants? I. Understand Tibetan History It is extremely important for us Tibetans to learn about our own history so that we can learn from history and better prepared […]

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VOA: Video Testimony of Labrang monk Jigme

4 by / on 03/09/2008, 17:31 / in News

The video testimonies from Tibet of Jigme, a monk from Labrang Monastery, were first broadcast by Voice of America’s Tibetan Service on 3rd September 2008. Following the broadcast, Jigme went into hiding and has not been heard of since. Jigme’s story was reported in English media by Associated Press on September 14th 2008. The original broadcast was in Tibetan so […]

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“The Fear in Lhasa” – A Poem by Woeser

“The Fear in Lhasa” – A Poem by Woeser

0 by / on 24/08/2008, 20:15 / in Poetry, Woeser

A hurried farewell to Lhasa, Now a city of fear. A hurried farewell to Lhasa, Where the fear is greater than all the fear after ’59, ’69, and ’89 put together. A hurried farewell to Lhasa, Where the fear is in your breathing, in the beating of your heart, In the silence when you want to speak but don’t, In […]

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“The ‘Olympics Diary’ of a Tibetan” by Tashibod

“The ‘Olympics Diary’ of a Tibetan” by Tashibod

0 by / on 15/08/2008, 20:00 / in Comment

Today is Tuesday, July 22, 2008, and it is the tenth day since I came back to my hometown. Within these ten days, even when I refused to watch any TV and kept myself away from the internet, almost every day I could still hear about and see things concerning the Beijing Olympics in the home of a countryman in […]

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Poetry: “Listening Attentively to the Voice Bursting out of Loneliness”

Poetry: “Listening Attentively to the Voice Bursting out of Loneliness”

0 by / on 29/07/2008, 12:36 / in Poetry

Four Poems in Chinese Written by Tibetans before March 14th 2008 I. The Sudden Self  − Bursting in an Instant The Sudden Self −− bursting in an instant In the mirror there is a man looks like me very much He is incompetent Until one day I was suddenly smashed to pieces He unexpectedly from the mirror holding the broken skeleton […]

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“The Fear in Lhasa, as Felt in Beijing” by Woeser

“The Fear in Lhasa, as Felt in Beijing” by Woeser

0 by / on 04/07/2008, 20:15 / in Woeser

“But oh that we might be As splinters of glass In cupped hands…” Aung San Suu Kyi Part I It was one day in April. When I met DZ, he was standing on the street with the lights just turned on near Saite Shopping centre, dully watching the never-ending flow of cars and people. Earlier, I had heard from JM […]

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Blogpost About Job Prospects for Tibetan Graduates

0 by / on 08/05/2007, 18:06 / in Comment

Blog Post by: Snow Lotus of High Mountain I was very glad to receive a phone call from my good friend, but when our phone conversation ended, I had a heavy heart. My good friend has always been an optimistic girl, I have hardly heard her complaining about anything since I got to know her in the ninth grade (first […]

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