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  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Bianca Horlemann;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    This monograph is an important contribution to the field of Islam studies in China and provides thought-provoking insights on the Islamic revival movement in twenty-first century Xining, the capital of Qinghai Province. It has a special focus on the contemporary Salafiy...

  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Rnam rgyal རྣམ་རྒྱལ།;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    A retreatant finished chanting for a family, packed up the offerings from the host, and started back to his hermitage feeling satisfied. A rabbit, called Ja dkrug mgo 'Trouble Maker', watched the retreatant through an evergreen bush, and decided he wanted to cheat the r...

  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Mátyás Balogh;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    QINGHAI AND GANSU MONGOLS The majority of China's Mongol population (estimated at 3.5-4 million) live in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR). Some also live in the adjacent provinces of Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, and Hebei. A significant number of Mongol communi...

  • publication . Article . 2018
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Reviewed by Nyangchakja (Snying lcags rgyal སྙིང་ལྕགས་རྒྱལ། Niang Jijia 娘吉加);
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Established in 2000, The Three Rivers Source National Nature Reserve (hereafter TRSNNR) comprises 152,300 square kilometers of the general region of Three Rivers' Source, which encompasses 363,000 square kilometers in the south of Qinghai Province (SNNR 2018). "The Thre...

  • publication . Article . 2009
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Keith Slater;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    The linguist with an interest in the outcomes of language contact will be delighted with Wutun. Janhunen et al. have done a great service to the field by giving us both a reliable outline of the structures of Wutun, and (more importantly from a contact perspective) by i...

  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Tshe dbang rdo rje ཚེ་དབང་རྡོ་རྗེ། (Caixiangduojie 才项多杰);
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    On the way home, Uncle Ston pa passed a village where he saw many beggars lining the sides of the road. When he asked them why they were begging, they said that their greedy village leader had taken all their property, including their pots. Uncle Ston pa then went to th...

  • publication . Article . 2015
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Sonam Doomtso བསོད་ནམས་དུང་མཚོ། (Suolang Dongcuo 索朗东措);
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Sonam Doomtso (b. 1987) describes her lived experiences and recollections encompassing the first twenty years of her life. These include living on the grassland in Sichuan Province, experiences with relatives and neighbors; attending schools; moving to Lhasa; religious ...

  • publication . Article . 2010
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Limusishiden (Li Dechun 李得春); Jugui (Lu Wanfang 鲁万芳);
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Limusishiden and Jugui provide a glimpse into a recollected, traditional world of Mongghul people in northeastern Qinghai Province. This complicated world is filled with spirits and ghosts causing disease and depression, marked with elaborate rituals for important event...

  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Bina Sengar;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Ladakh in the twenty-first century is well known as a religious and touristic destination as well as an Indian border territory with Kargil and Siachin - significant military posts. In contrast, the commercial role of Ladakh in trade within the Himalayan region and alon...

  • publication . Article . 2009
    Open Access Tibetan
    Authors:
    Fernanda Pirie;
    Publisher: Asian Highlands Perspectives

    Thirty-three examples of oral sayings, mainly from the Golok area, used in conflict mediation are presented and discussed in terms of their usage by mediators and how they reflect Tibetan values and life.

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