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  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Binod Singh;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Although strategic interests between India, China, and Pakistan bring the region of Leh-Ladakh into the news, this area has otherwise been largely neglected by mainstream scholarship. The limited knowledge we have gathered is mostly from colonial government records and ...

  • publication . Article . 2012
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Jugui (Lu Wanfang 鲁万芳); Limusishiden (Li Dechun 李得春); Ha Mingzong (Ha Mingzong 哈明宗); CK Stuart;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    This collection of Huzhu Mongghul (Tu) folktales, riddles, songs, and jokes features website links to audio files of the original tellers' materials for each folklore item, as well as a link to each item as retold by Limusishiden and Jugui, who collected the material in...

  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Libu Lakhi (Li Jianfu 李建富, Dawa Tenzin ཟླ་བ་བསྟན་འཛིན།);
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    My name is Libu Lakhi (Li Jianfu, Dawa Tenzin). I was born in Dashui Village, Mingshen Township in 1981. I am a Namuyi Tibetan. Uncle Ston pa stories are not told in my village, however, I heard many such stories during the years I spent studying in Kangding and in Xini...

  • publication . Article . 2010
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Nor bzang ནོར་བཟང་།;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    There were three dormitory rooms for me, an Art Department freshman, to choose from on 1 September 2003. I chose the one on the eighth floor. The four-boy room looked new and comfortable. Nobody had moved in yet. I was really pleased with the choice I had made. I went n...

  • publication . Article . 2010
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Anne Henochowicz;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Wu Yazhi, Director of Preservation at the Central Nationalities University Museum in Beijing, presents an encyclopedic work on her native ethnic group that fills a wide gap in Sino-Siberian folkloric scholarship. Her book is the fruit of the '211 Project’, a 19903 gover...

  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Mark Bender;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    This beautifully executed work is a reexamination of thousands of photographic images of Naga peoples from North East India collected by Hans-Eberhard Kaufmann (1899-1986) and the ground-breaking visual anthropologist Christoph von Furer-Haimendorf (1909-1995). The book...

  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Thub bstan ཐུབ་བསྟན།;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    This is a true story that happened in March 2012, in Ku'u sgang Village, which is situated in a forested, mountainous area about five kilometers off a national road, along the Shis chu River that runs through Brag 'go Valley. The relative remoteness and lack of a proper...

  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Stobs stag lha སྟོབས་སྟག་ལྷ།;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Multi-ethnic Chu cha Village in Mchod rten thang Township, Dpa' ris Tibetan Autonomous County, Gansu Province, China is described in terms of location; population; clothing; language; religion; history; and personal, family, and community rituals. Photographs provide ad...

  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Tshes bcu lha mo ཚེས་བཅུ་ལྷ་མོ།;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Grandfather (Blo bzang nor bu, 1943) teaches, "Livestock lack the ability to speak but, other than that, they are just like us." This is one reason my brother (Blo bzang, 1992) and I have treated our livestock very kindly since we were children. Another reason comes fro...

  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Christopher Weedall;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Scheduled tribes – indigenous people who are acknowledged to some formal extent by national legislation – of Arunachal Pradesh, formerly part of the North-East Frontier Association, in North-East India, have been largely neglected in terms of cultural and linguistic stu...

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