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Tibet - The Land & The People #2020

Tibet The Land The People Written and translated by learned Tibetans who are passionate about their native land and people Based on their personal experiences and firsthand information the book harmoniously blends legends my

  • Title: Tibet - The Land & The People
  • Author: Tiley Chodag
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 274
  • Format: None
  • Tibet - The Land & The People By Tiley Chodag, Written and translated by learned Tibetans who are passionate about their native land and people Based on their personal experiences and firsthand information, the book harmoniously blends legends, myths, history, folklore, religion, social customs and etiquette, scenic sites and the everyday life of the Tibetan people Different from cold, detached academic examinationsWritten and translated by learned Tibetans who are passionate about their native land and people Based on their personal experiences and firsthand information, the book harmoniously blends legends, myths, history, folklore, religion, social customs and etiquette, scenic sites and the everyday life of the Tibetan people Different from cold, detached academic examinations or superfluous writings based on travel impressions or second hand resources as most publications on Tibet are, the book presents before the reader the true spontaneous, living Tibet as perceived by ordinary Tibetans.

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    1 thought on “Tibet - The Land & The People

    1. For a book published by the Chinese foreign publishing house It s pretty tame The only recurring theme is the peaceful liberation in 1951 For the rest it is pretty much about Tibet, the land and the people from butter tea to Tibetan operas I did not consider everything intteresting but it had it s good points.

    2. The author wrote this book as an accumulative effort of 20 years as an introduction to Tibet for the people of the outside world He provides a summarized history of Tibet from neolithic times right up to just before the peaceful liberation of 1951 He also gave a rather concise summary of Tibetan geography, culture and cuisine All in all, it is a book which does what it claims to do, albeit rather dry and at places even redundant.We must keep in mind that the author avoided the topic of China s i [...]

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