Jamyang Kyi

“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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“Letters to Norzin Wangmo” By Jamyang Kyi

“Letters to Norzin Wangmo” By Jamyang Kyi

4 by / on 16/11/2008, 23:00 / in Jamyang Kyi

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated two blog posts by Jamyang Kyi regarding her friend Norzin Wangmo (Nor ‘dzin dbang mo). The first post was written on 26th June 2008, where Jamyang Kyi is wondering what has happened to her friend and where she voices her sadness of not knowing. In the second post on 3rd November 2008 (http://www.tibetabc.cn/user1/jamyangkyi/archives/2008/2008113181128.html) note […]

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“They” By Jamyang Kyi

“They” By Jamyang Kyi

3 by / on 10/11/2008, 18:53 / in Jamyang Kyi

Jamyang Kyi (‘jam dbyangs skyid) was detained by the Public Security Bureau in Xining on 1st April 2008. She was accused of sending text messages to 17 of her friends, including Woeser, the Tibetan blogger based in Beijing. The Chinese secret services intercepted text messages between them and found that Jamyang Kyi had sent details of the unrest and the […]

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