Search Results for "label/Jamyang Kyi" : 4

“Letters to Norzin Wangmo” By Jamyang Kyi

“Letters to Norzin Wangmo” By Jamyang Kyi

4 by / on 16/11/2008, 23:00 / in Jamyang Kyi

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated two blog posts by Jamyang Kyi regarding her friend Norzin Wangmo (Nor ‘dzin dbang mo). The first post was written on 26th June 2008, where Jamyang Kyi is wondering what has happened to her friend and where she voices her sadness of not knowing. In the second post on 3rd November 2008 (http://www.tibetabc.cn/user1/jamyangkyi/archives/2008/2008113181128.html) note […]

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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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Earthquake in Tibet, Leading Tibetan Intellectual "Shogdung" Detained in Xining

Earthquake in Tibet, Leading Tibetan Intellectual "Shogdung" Detained in Xining

3 by / on 26/04/2010, 02:00 / in Jamyang Kyi

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated two blogposts from the Xining-based Tibetan website www.sangdhor.com. The first blogpost reports the arrest of a prominent Tibetan writer and intellectual called Shogdung (ཞོགས་དུང་ Zhogs Dung, his pen name meaning “morning conch”) on April 23, 2010 and was posted online on April 25, 2010. The second blogpost is an open letter to victims of […]

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The Disappearing Tibetan Cyberspace

The Disappearing Tibetan Cyberspace

5 by / on 11/03/2009, 17:15 / in News, Woeser

High Peaks Pure Earth has been thwarted again in bringing translations from Tibetan blogs to an English-speaking audience. We have lost access to two major Tibetan language blog and discussion forums. The usually active www.tibetcm.com has definitely been closed down, the photo above is a screenshot of the government closure notice. The very popular www.tibetabc.cn (which hosts Jamyang Kyi’s blog, […]

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