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The Body Count
Elliot Sperling  |  Friday, Sep 14, 2012  |  7 Comments
The Body Count

中港台网友们: 译文发贴于说,还是不说,看不见的西藏,等 十 个 网 站 。 。 。 非常感谢更桑东智的翻译。
Cultures of memory are organized by round numbers, intervals of ten; but somehow the remembrance of the dead is easier when the numbers are not round, …

A Brief Account of the Detention of Friend Shogdung
High Peaks Pure Earth  |  Tuesday, Apr 27, 2010  |  No Comment
A Brief Account of the Detention of Friend Shogdung

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated the following blogpost from the Xining-based Tibetan website www.sangdhor.com.

Several days ago, thousands perished in the massive earthquake in Yushu and it caused suffering for tens of thousands of people. …

To the People in the Affected Area as Well as Those Who Are Concerned About the Disaster
Open letter by the New School of Thought
High Peaks Pure Earth  |  Tuesday, Apr 27, 2010  |  No Comment

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated the following open letter to victims of the earthquake in Kham by the New School of Thought.
Early morning on April 14, 2010 at 7:49, an earthquake of 7.1 magnitude …

Into the Bosom of Kyegu
Topden Tsering  |  Thursday, Apr 22, 2010  |  No Comment

(Am not a poet by any means, but to cope with the internal hurting, this was how the words tumbled out; hope the lines provide you some calm too)
How we had trusted it:
to help steady …