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My Tibetan childhood

Nus-blo Nags-tshang

My Tibetan childhood

when ice shattered stone

by Nus-blo Nags-tshang

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children,
  • Biography,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementNaktsang Nulo ; translation provided by Angus Cargill and Sonam Lhamo ; edited and abridged by Angus Cargill ; with a foreword by the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, a foreword by Ralph Litzinger, and an introduction by Robert Barnett
    ContributionsCargill, Angus
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS786 .N327 2014
    The Physical Object
    Paginationliv, 286 pages
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27170705M
    ISBN 100822357127, 0822357267
    ISBN 109780822357124, 9780822357261
    LC Control Number2014009913
    OCLC/WorldCa873985145

      My Tibetan Childhood: When Ice Shattered Stone by Naktsang Nulo, Angus Cargill (Translation) His book was published in in China, where it was a bestseller before the Chinese government banned it in It is the most reprinted modern Tibetan literary work. This translation makes a fascinating if painful period of modern Tibetan. The Life of My Teacher (eBook) by Dalai Lama (Author), isbn, synopsis:The Dalai Lama tells the life story of his rema 5/5(1).

      In March , Penguin Young Readers imprint Kokila will publish The Seed of Compassion: Lessons from the Life and Teachings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, with illustrations by .   Buy My Tibetan Childhood by Naktsang Nulo, Angus Cargill from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages:

    My second program was to work on my children’s book “looking for a baby yak” which sold out in local Tibetan bookstores this summer. The story is about a young Tibetan child and his baby yak. The baby yak was lost one day. The boy went out to grassland to search for his beloved yak. On the way, he had many exiting adventures. My Tibetan Childhood Résumé In My His book was published in in China, where it was a bestseller before the Chinese government banned it in It is the most reprinted modern Tibetan literary work. This translation makes a fascinating if painful period of .


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In My Tibetan Chldhood, Naktsang Nulo recalls his life in Tibet's Amdo region during the the perspective of himself at age ten, he describes his upbringing as a nomad on Tibet's eastern plateau. He depicts pilgrimages to monasteries, including a mile horseback expedition his Cited by: 3.

In My Tibetan Chldhood, Naktsang Nulo recalls his life in Tibet's Amdo region during the the perspective of himself at age ten, he describes his upbringing as a nomad on Tibet's eastern plateau.

He depicts pilgrimages to monasteries, including a mile horseback expedition his family made to and from Lhasa.4/5. "With little comment or condemnation, [My Tibetan Childhood] records the price paid in lives and lifestyles by the author's family and community for their incorporation into modern ChinaIn many senses, it is a naive story, the chronicle of a world seen through a child's eyes.

But to readers within Tibet, it. This book is a rare opportunity to view everyday My Tibetan childhood book in Tibet in the s, and for this reason would make an outstanding addition to courses on modern Tibetan history, ethnic relations in the PRC, or the anthropology of political violence.

Yet even more importantly, My Tibetan Childhood provides a chance to see and understand modern Tibet’s. In My Tibetan Chldhood, Naktsang Nulo recalls his life in Tibet’s Amdo region during the the perspective of himself at age ten, he describes his upbringing as a nomad on Tibet’s eastern plateau.

He depicts pilgrimages to monasteries, including a mile horseback expedition his. Professor Ralph Litzinger was instrumental in bringing My Tibetan Childhood (Duke Press, ) to print. He writes the Preface to the book. In My Tibetan Chldhood, Naktsang Nulo recalls his life in Tibet's Amdo region during the s.

From the perspective of himself at age ten, he describes his upbringing as a nomad on Tibet's eastern plateau. My Tibetan Childhood is marketed as an account of “the lived experience of the forced and violent incorporation of the Tibetan heartlands into the People’s Republic by Chinese troops in the s.” (so sayeth the back cover) And the author’s depictions of atrocities committed by Chinese forces are indeed heartrending.

These stories. My Tibetan Childhood: When Ice Shattered Stone - Ebook written by Naktsang Nulo. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read My Tibetan Childhood:. In My Tibetan Chldhood, Naktsang Nulo recalls his life in Tibet's Amdo region during the the perspective of himself at age ten, he describes his upbringing as a nomad on Tibet's eastern plateau.

He depicts pilgrimages to monasteries, including a mile horseback expedition his Brand: Duke University Press. Remarkably, Naktsang lived to tell his tale. His book was published in in China, where it was a bestseller before the Chinese government banned it in It is the most reprinted modern Tibetan literary work.

This translation makes a fascinating if painful period of. Get this from a library. My Tibetan childhood: when ice shattered stone. [Nus-blo, Nags-tshang; Angus Cargill; Sonam Lhamo; Bstan-ʼdzin-rgya-mtsho, Dalai Lama XIV; Ralph A Litzinger; Robert Barnett] -- In My Tibetan Childhood, Naktsang Nulo chronicles his life in Tibet's Amdo region during the s.

Recalling events he experienced at the age of ten, he describes his upbringing as a nomad on. My Tibetan Childhood by Naktsang Nulo,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(33). Books about Tibet, nonfiction or fiction Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

Released in in China, My Tibetan Childhood was a bestseller before Beijing banned it three years later. The tragic memoir by an invasion survivor who became a. In a forward to this important volume, the 14th Dalai Lama writes, “My Tibetan Childhood is the autobiography of a young Tibetan that vividly describes the brutal repression of Tibet by Chinese forces in the s” (ix).However, Naktsang Nulo’s memoir is much more than a story of Chinese aggression and Tibetan victimization.

Get this from a library. My Tibetan childhood: when ice shattered stone. [Nus-blo, Nags-tshang; Angus Cargill] -- A bestseller in Tibet until it was banned by China, this moving memoir chronicles Naktsang Nulo's childhood in Tibet's Amdo region during the uprising against the Chinese invasion of the s.

Naktsang Nulo (born in ) worked as an official in the Chinese government, serving as a primary school teacher, police officer, judge, prison governor, and county leader in Qinghai province, China, before retiring in   In My Tibetan Chldhood, Naktsang Nulo recalls his life in Tibet’s Amdo region during the s.

From the perspective of himself at age ten, he describes his upbringing as a. Anyone interested in modern Tibetan or Chinese history--scholars, students, and the general public alike--should be grateful."-- (06/01/) "In this contested territory a voice such as that of Naktsang Nulo, author of My Tibetan Childhood, is extremely rare Naktsang's is a shattering story, the only published account of the experience 5/5(3).

Naktsang Nulo. My Tibetan Childhood: When Ice ShatteredNC: Duke University Press, livii, pp. Paperback $, isbn Author: Tenzin Jinba.

March Book Club Meeting Date: Friday | Ma Time: 6pm Moderator: Nordey Book Selection: A Tibetan Revolutionary: The Political Life and Times of Bapa Phüntso Wangye Author: Melvyn C. Goldstein (Author) This is the as-told-to political autobiography of Phüntso Wangye (Phünwang), one of the most important Tibetan revolutionary figures of the twentieth century.My Tibetan Childhood is marketed as an account of “the lived experience of the forced and violent incorporation of the Tibetan heartlands into the People’s Republic by Chinese troops in the s.” (so sayeth the back cover) And the author’s depictions of atrocities committed by Chinese forces are indeed heartrending.

These stories.A lucid introduction by Robert Barnett (a colleague of mine at Columbia) shows how the author uses the “convention of childish innocence” to explore forbidden issues in Tibetan history, including the cruelty of the Chinese invasion but also that of the preinvasion Tibetan order.