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'Serf Emancipation'-Delusion, Deception & Duplicity From China's Regime

Open Communication to
Xinhua News Agency
The People’s Daily

China’s Ministry Of Disinformation, of which your news agency is a prime component, is actively peddling a cynical and fact-free comparison between the abolition of slavery in the United States and the so-called liberation of Tibetans from what’s claimed by the Chinese Regime (absent of independent and conclusive evidence) was a condition of supposed… 1,358 more words


Tibet, King Songtsen Gampo (2)

Songtsen Gampo is usually represented seated with one leg unfolded, wearing a thick gown fastened with a belt and some thick boots. He often holds a long-life vase in one or both hands. 197 more words

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Tibet, Dragpa Gyaltsen

Tibetan lama (teacher) Dragpa Gyaltsen (1147-1216) is depicted with abudant hair, a small beard below the jaw line, his hands crossed over his chest, holding a thunderbolt and a bell (or two thunderbolts). 164 more words

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Tibet, Gyalwa Gotsangpa

This is a late portrait of Gyalwa Gotsangpa (1189-1258), who started the tradition of circumambulation of Mount Kailash. His eyes have been inlaid with silver, his lips and part of the hem of his garment seem to have been inlaid with copper. 41 more words

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Tibet, 5th Dalai Lama

Most Tibetan sculptures of Dalai Lamas depict Ngawang Lobsang Gyatso, the fifth Dalai Lama (1617-1682). Above, he holds a manuscript in his left hand.

Ngawang Lobsang Gyatso is seen here with a long-life vase in his left hand while the other hand is doing the teaching gesture or… 285 more words

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The things I see

I see a mountain bedecked with wild flowers,

And on the grasslands below, the proud, stately creature you called your own.

I see the white-washed compound wall of your home, 87 more words