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The Virtual Sweet Tea House: An Overview of the Tibetan Cyberspace

The Virtual Sweet Tea House: An Overview of the Tibetan Cyberspace

1 by / on 24/09/2010, 18:27 / in Comment, Woeser

Screenshot from a Tibetan blog High Peaks Pure Earth is posting an original article originally written on the occasion of BlogDay, August 31, 2010. The article is a general overview of the Tibetan blogosphere and was first posted on this site I Heart Tibet. It was also later re-posted on The Comment Factory. Apologies for the late posting on High […]

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“I Am Tibetan” Series: Poem by Mu Di

“I Am Tibetan” Series: Poem by Mu Di

3 by / on 15/07/2010, 11:26 / in Poetry

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a poem originally written in Chinese by a Tibetan calling themselves Mu Di, 牧笛, meaning “reed pipe”. This poem was originally posted by Tibetan writer Woeser on her blog on February 15, 2010 along with several other poems of the same title. High Peaks Pure Earth has now translated all of the other poems and prose pieces that […]

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“I Am Tibetan” Series: Poem by “Son of Snow” Dhondup

“I Am Tibetan” Series: Poem by “Son of Snow” Dhondup

0 by / on 08/06/2010, 11:45 / in Poetry

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a poem originally written in Chinese on February 10, 2010 by a Tibetan university student calling himself “Son of Snow” Dhondup and posted the next day on his TibetCul blog. This was around the time of Losar (Tibetan New Year) when there was an upsurge in online activities and poems centred around the theme […]

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“I Am Tibetan” Series: Poem by Huare Yinggya

“I Am Tibetan” Series: Poem by Huare Yinggya

0 by / on 25/05/2010, 16:09 / in Poetry

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated a poem originally written in Chinese by a Tibetan university student on March 10, 2010 and posted on his TibetCul blog on March 19, 2010. According to the blog, the student calls himself Huare Yinggya, meaning he is from Huare, an area in Amdo in today’s Gansu province. Although his blog is still active, […]

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