Tibetan People and Their Stories in the 20th. Century
By Zhang Xiaoming, Jin Zhiguo, Wu Yi, Zhou Aiming, Lu Ying, Yuan Xingyu, Gao Guozhi & Jia Yangjia
Tibetan People and Their Stories in the 20th. Century is a brief version in 41 chapters of Tibet from the Chinese point of view. It starts with the anti-British war, the prelude to the 20th. Century, the British attacks in the late 19th. Century in Tibet. It deals with the 13th. Dalai Lama, the Simla Conference, the 9th., 10th., and 11th. Panchen Lama, and the founding of the Tibetan Autonomous Region. Several chapters deal with cultural and other projects, two events of ‘expelling the Han Chinese’, the entryof the People's Liberation Army into Tibet, construction of roads and the Qinhai-Tibet Railway, the Olympic torch relay to Tibet and many other reports not discussed in this way in the Western press.
White Lotus Press
Size 165 x 240 mm
446 pages, fully illustrated in col.