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“Abandoned Tibetan Mastiffs” By the Gangri Neichog Research and Conservation Centre

“Abandoned Tibetan Mastiffs” By the Gangri Neichog Research and Conservation Centre

1 by / on 15/09/2017, 17:32 / in Comment, Latest

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a post from WeChat which was published by the account of Gangri Neichog Research and Conservation Centre on April 27, 2017.

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Tenzin Norbu: “One Foot on the Snow Mountain and the Other on the Football Pitch”

Tenzin Norbu: “One Foot on the Snow Mountain and the Other on the Football Pitch”

0 by / on 30/08/2017, 17:41 / in Comment, Latest

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a profile of Tenzin Norbu, a Tibetan mountaineer and football player, that was published on WeChat on June 17, 2017.

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“My Conversation with Dawa, a Lhasa Red Guard Who Took Part in the Smashing of the Jokhang Temple” By Woeser

“My Conversation with Dawa, a Lhasa Red Guard Who Took Part in the Smashing of the Jokhang Temple” By Woeser

0 by / on 08/08/2017, 20:57 / in Comment, History, Interview, Latest, Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a blogpost by Woeser, originally published by the Mandarin service of Radio Free Asia and then posted on her blog on October 30, 2016.

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Zha Yuan: “When the Red Guard Teachers and Students of our Two Schools Went to the Imperial Academy to Arrest Panchen Rinpoche” By Woeser

Zha Yuan: “When the Red Guard Teachers and Students of our Two Schools Went to the Imperial Academy to Arrest Panchen Rinpoche” By Woeser

0 by / on 28/06/2017, 20:54 / in Comment, History, 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 May 22, 2017.

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“Beer and a Sky Burial Ground: A Tibetan Explanation of the Packaging of an American Beer Brand”

“Beer and a Sky Burial Ground: A Tibetan Explanation of the Packaging of an American Beer Brand”

0 by / on 14/06/2017, 15:57 / in Comment, Latest

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a WeChat post published on May 25, 2017 by the channel Sweet Tea House about a surprising connection made between the American beer brand Budweiser and Tibet.

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“Liu Yi’s Paintings: A Mala That was Meant to Be” By Woeser

“Liu Yi’s Paintings: A Mala That was Meant to Be” By Woeser

0 by / on 31/05/2017, 15:36 / 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 May 4, 2017.

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Is Happiness in the Snowland Found in Odd Numbers?

Is Happiness in the Snowland Found in Odd Numbers?

0 by / on 24/05/2017, 11:11 / in Comment, Latest

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a post that was written by a Tibetan WeChat user and published and circulated most recently on May 6, 2017 by the WeChat channel “My Authentic Snowland Life”. 

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The Shocking State of Niubei Mountain Captured by My Camera Lens!

The Shocking State of Niubei Mountain Captured by My Camera Lens!

0 by / on 10/05/2017, 22:42 / in Comment, Latest

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a Chinese language post by Tibetan photographer Namkhar and distributed via a WeChat channel called MiPai on April 5, 2017.

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“A Commemoration That Is So Much More – Remembering Elliot Sperling” By Woeser

“A Commemoration That Is So Much More – Remembering Elliot Sperling” By Woeser

0 by / on 03/05/2017, 14:49 / in Comment, 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 April 22, 2017.

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Tibetan Netizens Follow Up on the “Qiao San Die” Incident

Tibetan Netizens Follow Up on the “Qiao San Die” Incident

0 by / on 26/04/2017, 15:26 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a post from WeChat that was published and circulated by a channel called Snow Lion Cultural Media on November 22, 2016. The post was in response to a video broadcast using the Meipai app by a Shanghai-based Chinese user called “Qiao San Die Sweet Bomber” that went out on November 20, 2016.

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