Tibet stories, books, poems, and more

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The events in this story take place in 19th century Bhutan, in the backdrop of a civil war. The story is mixture of history and imagination. The civil war did exist, as did one of the main characters, but the rest is fiction. The story begins with two friends and… Read More
Mt Kailash, a beautiful and religious mount for many religions. I hope you like the chapter. Read More

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Shelves: 1

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No country on Earth has the right to control another! China, get the Hell out of Tibet! Read More
The chaos of a traffic trip in Lhasa the capital of Tibet is captured in this short story. Read More

Tags: tibet, taxi, lhasa

Reflections on a tour inside the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa, Tibet Read More
Coffee shops around the world. Read More

Tags: tibet, latte, hipster

Poem / Poetry

May 15, 2012

Reads: 125

Comments: 1

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I was just thinking about breathing the other day... Read More
This story describes the detective's 2 year stay in Tibet and his interview with the boy who was the Dalai Lama at the time. Read More
Iraqi security officers were very helpful, professional and respectful to all mourners. On Monday, at least 28 people were killed and 78 wounded in a wave of bomb attacks in central Iraq against mourners. I Ajmal Mehdi condemns in the strongest terms by volunteering my time in Karbala for help… Read More
A poem about the Tibetan Bodhisattva Chenrezig. Read More

Reads: 138

Comments: 1

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This poem alludes heavily to Tibetan mysticism and describes the possible afterlife of a person born into this generation. Read More

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This is a fictitious story about the Yeti. Read More
A poem about the life of Padmasambhava. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

February 01, 2011

Reads: 98

Shelves: 1

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The tanks were coming down the road To stop a freedom protest, The Olympic Committee with a heavy burden Has failed to pass the test. Read More
A poem about the basic right of all countries to self-government. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 08, 2010

Reads: 199

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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Upon Robert Wright's request, I have written a piece about the horrific actions of Chinese soldiers. For more information, go to Robert Wright's booksie profile and scroll down. Read More

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Comments: 2

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Join the author on his month-long journey from Macao to Beijing: from the hi-tech metropolis of Hong Kong to old Llasa, from the pollution of Chengdu to the pristine beauty of Yangshuo, from the tomb of the First Emperor to the new model city of Zhuhai. Join him on a… Read More
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