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Woeser’s Instagram Posts from Lhasa, June 2018

Woeser’s Instagram Posts from Lhasa, June 2018

0 by / on 01/11/2018, 20:30 / in Latest, Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a selection of Woeser’s posts on her Instagram account from Lhasa posted in June 2018. Woeser’s return to Lhasa from Beijing in April was the first time she had been allowed to return to the city since November 2014. She has since left Lhasa again but we will continue to post translations of her […]

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Woeser’s Instagram Posts from Lhasa, May 2018

Woeser’s Instagram Posts from Lhasa, May 2018

0 by / on 22/08/2018, 17:06 / in Latest, Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a selection of Woeser’s posts on her Instagram account from Lhasa posted in May 2018. Woeser’s return to Lhasa from Beijing in April this year was the first time she had been allowed to return to the city since November 2014.

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Woeser’s Instagram Posts from Lhasa, April 2018

Woeser’s Instagram Posts from Lhasa, April 2018

2 by / on 08/08/2018, 17:03 / in Latest, Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a selection of Woeser’s posts on her Instagram account, starting from early April 2018. This was the first time Woeser had been allowed to return to Lhasa since November 2014.

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Guest Post: “The Silence of the State: The Jokhang Fire and the Response of the Chinese Government” By Françoise Robin

Guest Post: “The Silence of the State: The Jokhang Fire and the Response of the Chinese Government” By Françoise Robin

0 by / on 21/03/2018, 16:30 / in Comment, Guest Post

High Peaks Pure Earth presents a guest post by Paris based Tibet scholar Françoise Robin about the recent fire at the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa.

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“Why Can’t We Travel Abroad?” By Pema Norzin

“Why Can’t We Travel Abroad?” By Pema Norzin

0 by / on 18/03/2015, 16:55 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a short microblog post by Tibetan female writer Pema Norzin that was written on February 24, 2015, around the time of Tibetan and Chinese New Year, and circulated on social media platforms such as Weibo and WeChat.

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