Tag Archive: Tibet

བོད་ཀྱི་དཔའ་བོ་དང་དཔའ་མོ།

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[“Tribute to the martyrs” Guest post by Tenzin Norzin. College for Higher Tibetan Studies Sarah]                                                 ༼ རྒྱལ་གཅེས་དཔའ་བོ་ཚོར་གུས་དུད་ཞུ། ༽ ཉིན་ཆར་བྱུང་དང་འབྱུང་བཞིན་པའི་བོད་ནང་གི་དོན་རྐྱེན་ཡ་ང་དེ་དག་ཐོས་འཕྲལ་བདག་གི་སེམས་པ་ཚ་ཤུར་ཤུར་དང་ལྷན་དུ་སྙིང་རྗེ་དང་སྤོབས་པའི་ཚོར་སྣང་འདྲེས་མ་ཞིག་གིས་བཟུང་སོང་། ཕྱོགས་གཅིག་ནས་བལྟས་ན་དལ་འབྱོར་མི་ལུས་ཀྱི་གྱོང་གུད་ཡིན་པས་ཕངས་སེམས་ངང་གིས་སླེབས་ཆོག  … Continue reading

Finding My Voice

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[Guest post by Lhakyi] Living in a multicultural area in America you would think I’d get swallowed up by the different cultures and languages surrounding me. Well you would be wrong! I knew… Continue reading

Meanings in Hoarding?

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  My thoughts of the possible meaning/s behind “Hoarding” by some of our elders in our community. I remember sometime back, a Tibetan girl was telling me how the older Tibetans, the pola’s… Continue reading

Meet: Strangers, Electro House Dance Tibetan music makers

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[Guest Post by Strangers] We, Strangers, would like to say that we are very honored to be included in this collection of Tibetan transmissions from across the world. We’re leaving it up to… Continue reading

Tibetan Anger and the Tibetan Fashion Police

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[Guest post by Dechen Pemba] It looks like the Tibetan cyberspace is getting a healthy dose of humour this year, finally! I already wrote about the fun, funny, smart and catchy viral rap… Continue reading

The Art of Continuous Future

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[Guest post by Tenzin Nio] The wall, as black as midnight and with painstakingly delicate gold details, foretold ancient wisdoms of the divine beings. Fierce looking wrathful deities rose out of their flames… Continue reading

Chatting in བོད་ཡིག་

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For Lhakar (a lil late, better late then never right?). I decided to have a chat session with my friend in བོད་ཡིག་ (Tibetan) hope you guys enjoy the content.   Me: སྐྱག་ཙ་ར་ Friend: ག་རེ་ Me: ཧ་ཧ་ཧ་ཧ་ Friend: ཇོག་མིན་འདུག་… Continue reading

Waving Flag

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This week, I thought I’d share something really cool that my little sister did. Last year was my sister’s first year of high school in Belleville, Ontario, and she noticed that many of… Continue reading

In the territory of Nyarong, uprisings against the Chinese in the 1950’s unfolded in a manner similar to those in other areas of Kham, but with one twist: the leader of the revolt was a woman

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From the book Arrested Histories: Tibet, The CIA, And Memories Of A Forgotten War by Carole McGranahan [Everything (except for the text written in brackets) written in this post including the tittle of… Continue reading

My Tibetanness

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Martyr Tsewang Norbu la protesting by setting himself ablaze in the town market of Kham Tawu, Tibet I vividly remember, almost a week ago, when my friend Lodoe Laura & Daniel at the final leg of their… Continue reading