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To learn more about the Tibetan experience …

Invaluable overviews are provided in John Avedon’s In Exile from the Land of the Snows and Tsering Shakya’s The Dragon in the Land of Snows.

The following first hand accounts, often poignant and always informative, relate the personal experience of Tibetans during and after the Chinese conquest:

Eliot Pattison

“The best of historical novels allow us to commit our entire spirit to understanding another world that was once our own.”

From the Blog:

Our Human Journey, Mandarin Gate, Chapter Ten

(In order to find his friend Lokesh, who has been imprisoned in a Tibetan internment camp, Inspector Shan has himself arrested for vandalism. He is now being introduced to the disease-ridden camp by Lokesh, starting with a makeshift infirmary that is being used as a secret temple) _________ Lokesh led Shan toward the nearest barracks, … Continue reading “Our Human Journey, Mandarin Gate, Chapter Ten”

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