Published by Hong Kong University Press in November 2013, “Voices from Tibet: Selected Essays and Reportage” is a volume featuring essays by Tsering Woeser and Wang Lixiong, edited and translated by Violet S. Law.
From the publisher’s website:
Voices from Tibet assembles essays and reportage in translation that capture many facets of the upheavals wrought by a rising China upon a sacred land and its pious people. With the TAR in a virtual lockdown after the 2008 unrest, this book sheds important light on the simmering frustrations that touched off the unrest and Beijing’s relentless control tactics in its wake. The authors also interrogate long-standing assumptions about the Tibetans’ political future.
Read more about the book here: http://www.hkupress.org/Common/Reader/Products/ShowProduct.jsp?Pid=1&Version=0&Cid=16&Charset=iso-8859-1&page=-1&key=9789888208111
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