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“Misfortune Falls On Businessman Tashi from Nangchen” By Jamyang Kyi

1 by / on 02/10/2012, 16:08 / in Jamyang Kyi, News

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a blogpost by well-known Tibetan writer Jamyang Kyi that was written and published on her blog on September 15, 2012. Jamyang Kyi writes compassionately about a Tibetan businessman she knows and respects called Tashi who is from Nangchen County in Kham, the same area that was hit by a massive earthquake in April 2010. […]

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“Sorry”: A Tibetan Blogger Remembers Norzin Wangmo

“Sorry”: A Tibetan Blogger Remembers Norzin Wangmo

0 by / on 10/01/2011, 11:02 / in Jamyang Kyi

High Peaks Pure Earth has resurrected a blogpost titled “Sorry” by a Tibetan blogger, originally posted in December 2008 on TibetCul, that pays tribute to Norzin Wangmo (Nor ‘dzin dbang mo), a Tibetan woman in her thirties who was sentenced to 5 years in prison in 2008 for sending emails and making phone calls abroad. High Peaks Pure Earth readers […]

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Earthquake in Tibet, Leading Tibetan Intellectual "Shogdung" Detained in Xining

Earthquake in Tibet, Leading Tibetan Intellectual "Shogdung" Detained in Xining

3 by / on 26/04/2010, 02:00 / in Jamyang Kyi

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated two blogposts from the Xining-based Tibetan website www.sangdhor.com. The first blogpost reports the arrest of a prominent Tibetan writer and intellectual called Shogdung (ཞོགས་དུང་ Zhogs Dung, his pen name meaning “morning conch”) on April 23, 2010 and was posted online on April 25, 2010. The second blogpost is an open letter to victims of […]

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Update on Tibetan Singer Tashi Dondrup

Update on Tibetan Singer Tashi Dondrup

1 by / on 04/12/2009, 20:51 / in Jamyang Kyi, Music, Woeser

According to an article published today in The Times newspaper: “Chinese authorities have arrested a popular young Tibetan singer, accusing him of composing subversive songs.” Tashi Dondrup was detained yesterday afternoon while in hiding in the western city of Xining, capital of Qinghai province, where he had taken refuge after the authorities banned his music.” The Times article was also […]

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“Third Letter to My Friend Norzin Wangmo” Βy Jamyang Kyi

“Third Letter to My Friend Norzin Wangmo” Βy Jamyang Kyi

2 by / on 20/07/2009, 23:15 / in Jamyang Kyi

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated Jamyang Kyi’s third letter to her friend Norzin Wangmo (Nor ‘dzin dbang mo). The letter was orginally written in Tibetan and posted on Jamyang Kyi’s blog on 6th June 2009. Regular readers of High Peaks Pure Earth will be familiar with the friendship between Jamyang Kyi and Norzin Wangmo. The emotionally written first two […]

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“Answers to Three Questions” By Jamyang Kyi

“Answers to Three Questions” By Jamyang Kyi

0 by / on 22/06/2009, 08:12 / in Jamyang Kyi

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a blogpost from Jamyang Kyi that was posted on her blog on 20th May 2009. The post is in reply to questions to Jamyang Kyi that were posed by a student. There is much discussion in the Tibetan blogosphere about the increasing number of Tibetan women engaged in the sex trade and also larger […]

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“Do you know the singer named Tashi Dondrup” By Jamyang Kyi

“Do you know the singer named Tashi Dondrup” By Jamyang Kyi

2 by / on 12/02/2009, 13:54 / in Jamyang Kyi

What happened? After our last post reporting that the Tibetan blogosphere is quiet, suddenly yesterday it became alive again with new posts. Did High Peaks Pure Earth have anything to do with this? Maybe our friends in Tibet heard we were thirsting for new posts to read. Anyway, we are glad to see bloggers are back!!! Jamyang Kyi wrote a […]

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“Letter to Chakmo-la” by Jamyang Kyi

1 by / on 19/01/2009, 02:23 / in Jamyang Kyi

Jamyang Kyi posted on her blog a letter addressed to her friend Chakmo (lCags mo). She notes that the letter was written in October 2008 but was only posted on her blog on 31 December 2008. High Peaks Pure Earth has been monitoring Jamyang Kyi’s blog and when she didn’t post for several months over the summer of 2008, we […]

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The Very Last Note from Tsawa Danyuk

The Very Last Note from Tsawa Danyuk

2 by / on 14/01/2009, 10:40 / in Jamyang Kyi

  High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a note from Tsawa Danyuk that Jamyang Kyi posted on her blog on 2nd January 2009 (photo of the blogpost below). It appears that this writer is either missing or has fled abroad. We are not certain if Tsawa Danyuk is another blogger or whether the note was sent to Jamyang Kyi. It […]

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“To Go Sherab Gyatso la” by Jamyang Kyi

“To Go Sherab Gyatso la” by Jamyang Kyi

2 by / on 05/01/2009, 22:39 / in Jamyang Kyi

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a letter to Go Sherab Gyatso that Jamyang Kyi wrote on 25th July 2008 and posted on her blog on 31st July 2008. In an earlier posting, a letter to her friend Norzin Wangmo, Jamyang Kyi had said “Go Sherab Gyatso (sGo she rab rgya tsho), the one you were enquiring about, was arrested […]

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