Post Tagged with: "Ngaba"

Tibetan Language Discussed: “Respected Director, Open Our Path”

Tibetan Language Discussed: “Respected Director, Open Our Path”

0 by / on 05/01/2015, 17:31 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a response from students in Ngaba, Amdo, to a speech that was given by the Director of Ngaba’s Education Department at the end of October 2014. The response was written on November 5, 2014 and subsequently widely circulated on social media.

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Music Videos by Imprisoned Singers Chakdor and Pema Trinley

Music Videos by Imprisoned Singers Chakdor and Pema Trinley

0 by / on 26/06/2013, 15:38 / in Music, Music from Tibet

Following a break of several weeks, High Peaks Pure Earth today resumes the weekly music video series with songs by Chakdor and Pema Trinley. In April 2013, High Peaks Pure Earth translated a song by Chakdor titled “This Is How It Is”, at the time there was very little information available about the song and the singer. On June 13, […]

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“Remembering the First Person who Self-Immolated Inside Tibet, Tapey” By Woeser

“Remembering the First Person who Self-Immolated Inside Tibet, Tapey” By Woeser

2 by / on 08/03/2012, 16:48 / in Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a blogpost by Woeser written on February 11, 2012, for both Mandarin service and also the Tibetan service of Radio Free Asia and posted on her own blog on February 13, 2012. In this blogpost, Woeser focuses on Tapey, the monk from Kirti Monastery, Ngaba who self-immolated on February 27, 2009. Woeser has been able […]

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An Open Letter by a Tibetan Cadre

An Open Letter by a Tibetan Cadre

3 by / on 04/03/2012, 10:24 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated an open letter to the Chinese leadership written by Luo Feng, a Tibetan cadre, about the Communist Party Secretary of Ngaba (Ch: Aba), Shi Jun. The letter was written in the wake of a major promotion of hardliner Shi Jun from regional Party Secretary to the Director-General of Public Security for Sichuan province. The letter […]

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