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Tsering Yangkyi’s Flowers of Lhasa is a devastating novel about women on the margins of society — struggling against patriarchy, poverty, and alienation as migrant workers in the Tibetan capital. I found the story so moving and gripping, I flew through it in a couple of days.
Akester: "Chilling as the human stories told in Conflicting Memories are, they are the product of an era of “liberalization” that is now over... In China's present “New Era,” there is no place for conflicting memories.'
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#COVID19 spread to #Tibet's second city Shigatse, today, 23 new cases reported