Post Tagged with: "WeChat"

Sino-Tibetan Differences in Graphics

Sino-Tibetan Differences in Graphics

0 by / on 15/03/2017, 12:41 / in Comment, Latest

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a light-hearted post from WeChat that was published on February 14, 2017.

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Melong Visits Lhasa’s Most Pioneering Art Space And Meets Its Founder

Melong Visits Lhasa’s Most Pioneering Art Space And Meets Its Founder

1 by / on 15/02/2017, 17:51 / in Comment, Interview, Latest

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a piece on Lhasa’s newest art space that was originally published on the “Melong Contemporary Art” WeChat channel on June 16, 2016.

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Art Exhibition in Lhasa: “Journey From The Heart”

Art Exhibition in Lhasa: “Journey From The Heart”

0 by / on 18/01/2017, 15:33 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated an article about contemporary art in Lhasa that was originally published on the “Melong Contemporary Art” WeChat channel on June 15, 2016.

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Tibetans Online Raising Legal Awareness: “Legally Issued Passports Can’t Be Confiscated”

Tibetans Online Raising Legal Awareness: “Legally Issued Passports Can’t Be Confiscated”

0 by / on 23/11/2016, 16:13 / in Comment, News, Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated two posts circulating amongst Tibetans on WeChat recently. Both posts are about the confiscation of passports belonging to Tibetans in Qinghai Province, despite the passports being acquired legally and the validity being for ten years.

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From Young Rocker to University Professor: An Interview with Tenzin Dawa from the Band Namchag

From Young Rocker to University Professor: An Interview with Tenzin Dawa from the Band Namchag

0 by / on 16/11/2016, 14:57 / in Interview, Music

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated an interview with Tenzin Dawa, a founding member of the most loved and established Tibetan rock band from Lhasa, Namchag (also known as Vajara in English and Tianchu in Chinese). The interview with Tenzin Dawa was carried out by the Lhasa-based WeChat arts and culture channel “Sweet Tea House” and published on July 18, […]

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“Tibetans, I Ask You to Go On Pilgrimage In A Civilised Manner!” By Reba Gerong Tsering

“Tibetans, I Ask You to Go On Pilgrimage In A Civilised Manner!” By Reba Gerong Tsering

1 by / on 02/11/2016, 20:38 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated an essay that was originally written by Reba Gerong Tsering in 2015 but circulated more recently on the official WeChat channel of Tibetan poet Gade Tsering on August 15, 2016.

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“From Larung Gar” By Woesel Nyima

“From Larung Gar” By Woesel Nyima

0 by / on 12/10/2016, 08:09 / in Comment

  High Peaks Pure Earth presents the English translation of a prose piece in three parts titled “From Larung Gar” by Woesel Nyima that was published on WeChat on October 5, 2016. The post has since been either deleted or removed from WeChat.

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“Longing for the Disappearing Tibetan Courtyard Life” By Yungdrung Gyurme

“Longing for the Disappearing Tibetan Courtyard Life” By Yungdrung Gyurme

0 by / on 29/09/2016, 08:49 / in Comment

  High Peaks Pure Earth has translated an essay from WeChat that was written by Yungdrung Gyurme on July 23, 2016 and circulated on the official WeChat channel of Tibetan poet Gade Tsering on August 2, 2016.

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“A Few Things Tibet Doesn’t Need” By Dungkar Yonten Gyatso

“A Few Things Tibet Doesn’t Need” By Dungkar Yonten Gyatso

0 by / on 17/02/2016, 17:31 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth presents the English translation of a short piece by Dungkar Yonten Gyatso that was posted on WeChat on January 19, 2016 and has been translated into English by Kalsang Wangdu.

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Interview with Tibetan Rapper: “Who Is Mr J?”

Interview with Tibetan Rapper: “Who Is Mr J?”

0 by / on 30/09/2015, 14:39 / in Interview, Music

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated an interview conducted by a Tibetan journalist over WeChat with Lhasa-based rapper Lobsang Jigme, known under his artist’s name “Mr J” (also known as Mr Jin).

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