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Tsering Woeser and Wang Lixiong are widely regarded as the most lucid, insightful writers on contemporary Tibet. Their reportage on the economic exploitation, environmental degradation, cultural destruction and political subjugation that plague the increasingly Han Chinese-dominated Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is as powerful as it is profound, ardent and analytical in equal measure, and not in the least bit ideological.
 
Voices from Tibet assembles essays and reportage in translation that capture many facets of the upheavals wrought by a rising China upon a sacred land and its pious people. With the TAR in a virtual lockdown after the 2008 unrest, this book sheds important light on the simmering frustrations that touched off the unrest and Beijing's relentless control tactics in its wake. The authors also interrogate long-standing assumptions about the Tibetans' political future.

Woeser's and Wang's writings represent a rare Chinese view sympathetic to Tibetan causes. Their powerful testimony should resonate in many places confronting threats of cultural subjugation and economic domination by an external power.
 
Having discovered her Tibetan heritage as a young adult, journalist-poet Tsering Woeser (唯色) now occupies a unique position as chronicler of modern Tibetan memory. Her writings are widely regarded as the voice of Tibet. Woeser received the Prince Claus Prize in 2011 for her compelling blend of literary quality and political reportage, as well as the International Women of Courage award by the US Department of State in 2013.
 
World-renowned as a most vocal, vigilant observer of Chinese-Tibetan relations and ethnic minorities issues within China, Wang Lixiong (王力雄) was recognized with the Freedom of Expression Award from the Independent Chinese PEN Association. Wang’s works are widely considered some of the most authoritative and balanced on Tibetan issues by a native Chinese writer.

 
Both are frequent commentators on Radio Free Asia.
 
Violet S. Law is an American translator of Chinese non-fiction.


  • Acknowledgments(第vii頁)
  • Introduction Robert Barnett, Columbia University(第ix頁)
  • I. Old Lhasa Politicized(第1頁)
    • Freedom for Chinese, Autonomy for Tibetans(第1頁)
    • Where Are Tibetans in the Chinese Dream(第3頁)
    • Beijing Olympics: Divided World, Divided Dream(第5頁)
    • The Qinghai-Tibetan Railway Conscripted(第7頁)
    • The Next Big One(第10頁)
    • The Fall of Lhasa(第11頁)
    • Let Go of the Dalai Lama(第13頁)
    • Tibetans Are Ruined by Hope(第14頁)
    • From Self-Immolation to Self-Rule(第16頁)
  • II. Economic Imperialism with Chinese Characteristics(第19頁)
    • Winners and Losers under Tibet’s Capitalism(第19頁)
    • Public Square or Propaganda?(第20頁)
    • The Pernicious Fungus Economy(第22頁)
    • The “Nineteenth Army”(第23頁)
    • Tibetan Women Marry Han Chinese as a Way Out(第24頁)
    • Merchants of Fake Culture(第26頁)
    • Only State-Sanctioned Tour Guides Need Apply(第28頁)
    • Railroad to Perdition(第29頁)
    • Riding the Train to Lhasa(第31頁)
  • III. Religion under Siege(第33頁)
    • Cassock vs. Police Uniform(第33頁)
    • Framing Monks as Terrorists(第34頁)
    • The World’s Youngest Political Prisoner(第36頁)
    • Why Tibetans Flee to India?(第38頁)
    • Helicopters over Stupas(第39頁)
    • Stampede in Jokhang(第41頁)
    • Barkor at Nightfall(第43頁)
    • Highway Robbery in Holy Places(第44頁)
  • IV. Wrecking Nature(第49頁)
    • Siphoning off Tibetan Water(第49頁)
    • Herders Are Strangers on Their Land(第50頁)
    • Every Inch of Land Is Sacred(第52頁)
    • Betting on Tibetan Land(第54頁)
    • How Fur Becomes Tibetan Fashion(第55頁)
    • Disappearing Lhasa(第57頁)
    • Regret in a Half-Century(第58頁)
  • V. Culture Twisted, Trampled(第61頁)
    • Scrapping Tibetan Lessons for Stability(第61頁)
    • Must Children Trade Roots for Books?(第62頁)
    • Ye All Celebrate Chinese Festivals(第64頁)
    • Official Ban a Helpful Reminder(第66頁)
    • Ringing in the Tibetan New Year(第68頁)
    • Contemporary Artists Sound Off(第69頁)
    • Resistance to Sell Out(第71頁)
    • What Remains of Tibet?(第73頁)
  • Epilogue(第75頁)
  • Source List(第79頁)
  • Bibliography(第83頁)
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