Tibet

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Editor: Gyan Publishing House
ISBN: 9788121210249
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Tibet

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3. Right to Health

Tibet

Author: Dawa Norbu
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1446459683
Size: 14,48 MB
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Tibet: The Road Ahead is the extraordinary account of the potential extinction of a civilisation. Written by a gifted Tibetan of humble origins, this book tells the story of ordinary Tibetans in the twentieth century. Professor Norbu refutes China's claim that Tibet has been part of China since the seventh century AD, showing how the relationship between the two countries was symbolic and ceremonial, rather than one of political suppression. He portrays pre-1950 Tibet as a place of complete and genuine freedom, in stark contrast with recent events in the region. Beautifully written and offering a fresh, incisive look at the road ahead for Tibet in post-Deng China, this book will appeal to all those fascinated by, and concerned for 'the land of the snows'.

Tibet

Author: Michael Buckley
Editor: Bradt Travel Guides
ISBN: 1841623822
Size: 12,50 MB
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Exploring ethnic Tibet independently is a challenge. With the 'land of snows' having some of the wildest and roughest road routes in high Asia, motoring, mountain-biking and trekking options are all given due attention in this new edition. High quality, numerous maps set this guide apart from other guides on Tibet and the trekking section has been expanded to include more on the main treks, including Everest Base Camp, Genden to Samye, Namtso trek and Kailiash region treks. Particular attention has been paid to the Amdo and Kham regions, not usually covered in guidebooks. Political and cultural issues make Tibet a sensitive destination for Westerners, so Michael Buckley's authoritative advice includes guidelines on cultural etiquette, local customs, and travelling with minimum impact on the culture and environment. The chapter on language includes a section covering Tibetan script.

The Crusaders Of Tibet

Author: R. P. Bambi
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Tibet The Position In International Law

Author: Robert McCorquodale
Editor: Serindia Publications, Inc.
ISBN: 9780906026342
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In 1993, a conference of leading international lawyers from 14 countries was held in London to consider the claims of Tibetans for self-determination and independence, within a legal and peaceful framework. Two committees on evidence - each under a judge - examined the material evidence in detail, including submissions by the Chinese government. This is a report of the conclusions reached in the conference. It should assist governments, the international community, international lawyers and all concerned about human rights.

Tibet

Author: Jetsun Pema
Editor: Element Books, Limited
ISBN:
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The younger sister of the Dalai Lama, and a cabinet officer of Tibet's government in exile, recounts her experiences growing up in Tibet, and shares the culture and traditions of her native land

The Buddhism Of Tibet Or Lamaism

Author: Laurence Austine Waddell
Editor: Cosimo, Inc.
ISBN: 1602061378
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Human Rights In Tibet

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Editor: Human Rights Watch
ISBN: 9780938579380
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Movement of chinese into Tibet

Into Tibet

Author: Thomas Laird
Editor: Grove Press
ISBN: 9780802139993
Size: 17,72 MB
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Into Tibet is the incredible story of a 1949-1950 American undercover expedition led by America's first atomic agent, Douglas S. Mackiernan -- a covert attempt to arm the Tibetans and to recognize Tibet's independence months before China invaded. Thomas Laird reveals how the clash between the State Department and the CIA, as well as unguided actions by field agents, hastened the Chinese invasion of Tibet. A gripping narrative of survival, courage, and intrigue among the nomads, princes, and warring armies of inner Asia, Into Tibet rewrites the accepted history behind the Chinese invasion of Tibet. 8 pages of black-and-white photographs are featured.