Post Tagged with: "WeChat"

Chinese Language School Textbook Angers Tibetans on WeChat

Chinese Language School Textbook Angers Tibetans on WeChat

0 by / on 21/11/2018, 17:00 / in Comment, Latest, Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a selection of WeChat posts from March this year about a controversial passage in a primary school textbook that had Tibetans outraged about what they saw as misrepresentation and distortion of facts.

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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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“A Tibetan Woman That You Rarely See in Films” By Melong Art

“A Tibetan Woman That You Rarely See in Films” By Melong Art

0 by / on 21/02/2018, 22:01 / in Comment, Interview

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated an interview with a Tibetan documentary filmmaker that was originally published on the “Melong Art” WeChat channel on September 10, 2017.

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Tibet’s Youngest Principal Cellist on Her 20 Year Long Musical Journey

Tibet’s Youngest Principal Cellist on Her 20 Year Long Musical Journey

1 by / on 07/12/2017, 17:14 / in Comment, Interview, Music, Music, People

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a profile of professional Tibetan cellist Dolma Tsering from Shigatse. The profile was published on WeChat on August 7, 2017 but has since been deleted. The piece can still be found online such as on this website, from which the accompanying images were extracted.

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“HER” Part 1 By Gade: Tibetan Female Art Exhibition Series in Lhasa

“HER” Part 1 By Gade: Tibetan Female Art Exhibition Series in Lhasa

1 by / on 22/11/2017, 21:56 / in Art, Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated an article from a Tibetan Women’s WeChat Channel written by artist Gade. In this article, Gade gives a personal introduction to the female artists in an exhibition titled “HER”, which he also curated. The article was published on September 17, 2017, and the exhibition featuring five Tibetan female artists opened at the Scorching Sun […]

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Tenzin Norbu: “One Foot on the Snow Mountain and the Other on the Football Pitch”

Tenzin Norbu: “One Foot on the Snow Mountain and the Other on the Football Pitch”

0 by / on 30/08/2017, 17:41 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a profile of Tenzin Norbu, a Tibetan mountaineer and football player, that was published on WeChat on June 17, 2017.

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“Beer and a Sky Burial Ground: A Tibetan Explanation of the Packaging of an American Beer Brand”

“Beer and a Sky Burial Ground: A Tibetan Explanation of the Packaging of an American Beer Brand”

0 by / on 14/06/2017, 15:57 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a WeChat post published on May 25, 2017 by the channel Sweet Tea House about a surprising connection made between the American beer brand Budweiser and Tibet.

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Is Happiness in the Snowland Found in Odd Numbers?

Is Happiness in the Snowland Found in Odd Numbers?

0 by / on 24/05/2017, 11:11 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a post that was written by a Tibetan WeChat user and published and circulated most recently on May 6, 2017 by the WeChat channel “My Authentic Snowland Life”. 

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The Shocking State of Niubei Mountain Captured by My Camera Lens!

The Shocking State of Niubei Mountain Captured by My Camera Lens!

0 by / on 10/05/2017, 22:42 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a Chinese language post by Tibetan photographer Namkhar and distributed via a WeChat channel called MiPai on April 5, 2017.

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Tibetan Netizens Follow Up on the “Qiao San Die” Incident

Tibetan Netizens Follow Up on the “Qiao San Die” Incident

0 by / on 26/04/2017, 15:26 / in Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a post from WeChat that was published and circulated by a channel called Snow Lion Cultural Media on November 22, 2016. The post was in response to a video broadcast using the Meipai app by a Shanghai-based Chinese user called “Qiao San Die Sweet Bomber” that went out on November 20, 2016.

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