Post Tagged with: "Sichuan"

“Contesting the Yellow Dragon: Ethnicity, Religion, and the State in the Sino-Tibetan Borderland” By Xiaofei Kang and Donald S. Sutton

“Contesting the Yellow Dragon: Ethnicity, Religion, and the State in the Sino-Tibetan Borderland” By Xiaofei Kang and Donald S. Sutton

0 by / on 21/12/2016, 16:12 / in Reading List

Published in June 2016 by Brill, “Contesting the Yellow Dragon: Ethnicity, Religion, and the State in the Sino-Tibetan Borderland” by Xiaofei Kang and Donald S. Sutton is the first long-term study of the Sino-Tibetan borderland.

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Chengdu Seen Through the Eyes of a Tibetan

Chengdu Seen Through the Eyes of a Tibetan

0 by / on 23/03/2016, 20:57 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a blogpost written and posted online onto TibetCul in August 2015. The name of the Chinese language TibetCul blog where the post appeared is “A Grain of Tsampa”.

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A Tibetan Blogger Shares Her Views on Tibetan Restaurants

A Tibetan Blogger Shares Her Views on Tibetan Restaurants

1 by / on 05/04/2012, 15:04 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a blogpost by a female Tibetan blogger that was posted on her AmdoTibet blog on December 19, 2011.  Here at High Peaks Pure Earth we love food and all things food-related, today’s blogpost reminded us about the article about Tibetan identity assertion through food that we published last year. This blogpost continues the themes we […]

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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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