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Education in Tibet: The Journey of Jinpa

  “The door groaned softly as Jinpa plowed an arced pathway through the sea of snow that had gathered sometime during the night. Stepping out onto the porch, he surveyed his  favorite landscape in the world. Every day brought anew the raw beauty of  Qinghai Lake. The freezing winds of winter months had left a […]



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A Tibetan White Wednesday

My final project for the class Tourism and Ethnicity in China is about the minority known as the Tibetans. This culture is known for being highly suppressed by the Chinese government who invaded their country around the 1950’s. Tibet was once its own culture living in piece with their own style of government. However, the […]



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The Tibetan Liberation from Feudal Serfdom

Tibet is located at the center of Asia. It is home to the world’s highest peaks, an extensive elevated plateau, and deep river valleys. It is also home to more than six million Tibetans. Tibet has an average altitude of over two miles above sea level, and its nickname, “The Roof of the World”, is […]



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A Beautiful Divide

     My project for the final assignment is to create and finalize the pre-production work for a short narrative film based on Tibetan culture and present issues in society depicted through the friendship of two girls. I will write a script, shot list and create the costume design for the characters and actors. In […]



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