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Anything for Tibet: My Beloved Country

Thupten N. Chakrishar (Author)
Synopsis Is a powerful fictional account based on true story trickling from Tibet. In 1959, Communist China invaded Tibet under the pretext of liberating Tibet. What is brought in Tibet was miseries and destruction of the culture and value of one of the most peace loving nations in the world. Effort to gain certain degree of autonomy if not complete freedom is under way since the occupation. But the indifferent stand adopted by the Chinese side has made many young Tibetan restless. The book reflects the growing frustration among the Tibetan youngsters in their effort to find a lasting solution to Tibet. The author of this work is a high school student. He has attempted to give vent to the repressed emotion of many youngster in Tibet and in exile.
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About the author

Thupten N. Chakrishar

Thupten Nyima Chakrishar was born on third August 1982 at Rabangla Alley, South Sikkim, India. He joined Central School for Tibetans, Kalimpong and thereafter shifted to Tibetan Children's Village School, Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India to be with his father serving there at the Government in Exile. After completing tenth calss he opted for commerce studies and therefore joined Central School for Tibetan, Mussoorie, India. During 1996 to 97 he worked as president for students for a Free Tibet of Indian chapter at the Tibetan Children's Village School, Dharamsala. Presently he is studying in class Eleventh at Central School for Tubetans, Mussoorie. he has already started working for his second Novel "A Simple Sorry for Tibet".

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Bibliographic information

Title Anything for Tibet: My Beloved Country
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.1999
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 818623022x
length 87p., Figures; 18cm.
Subjects Social Sciences