Tibet: Does History Matter?

“Tsering Shakya teaches in the Contemporary Tibetan Studies Program at the University of British Columbia. His primary research interests are the political, cultural, and literary histories of twentieth-century Tibet. His publications include Fire Under the Snow: The Testimony of a Tibetan Prisoner (1997) and The Dragon in the Land of Snows: A History of Modern Tibet Since 1947 (1999). Sponsored by the University of California, Berkeley and the Institute of East Asian Studies”.

5 thoughts on “Tibet: Does History Matter?

  1. Tibetan Vanguard

    Just wanted to let you know that I’ve started a blog too. Hopefully, it will serve to strengthen – even if in a tiny way – our common cause.
    Later,
    Gaychey.

  2. Anonymous

    wow yeah, i watched this vid a while ago. awesome job jigs…guess who finally got herself a new cpu hahaha. kk bye bye

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