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We Sing a Song of Sadness: Tibetan Political Prisoners Speak Out

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We Sing a Song of Sadness: Tibetan Political Prisoners Speak Out

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    Billy Jackson
Since the Dalai Lama's flight into India over forty years ago, hundreds of thousands of Tibetans have slipped past trigger-happy border guards and braved the highest mountain passes in the world to flee a country they say is controlled through fear. Thousands have perished in the attempt, but those who survive are scattered across the globe, from New Delhi to Zurich to Boston.Their stories of escape alone are noteworthy. But it is what many refugees have to say about their life within Tibet that is most important. These are their true stories, as told by themselves.Up to the present day, the Chinese government has denied or downplayed human rights abuses in Tibet. It has tried to justify criminal acts with statistics and vague comparisons to the past. But the testimony against the Chinese case is growing, and these accounts-as well as thousands more-cannot be ignored forever.  
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  • PDF | 127 pages
  • Billy Jackson
  • PublishAmerica
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