Witness to Tibet's History

Witness to Tibet's History

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Author: Baba Phuntsok Wangyal
Foreword/Introduction: Kasur Sonam Topgyal/Serta Tsultrim
Publisher: Paljor Publications
Year: 2007
Language: English
Pages: 132
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8186230580


This trenchant analysis of China's catastrophic mistakes in Tibet, by one of Tibet's leading Communists, proposes a constructive way forward for both Tibet and China through real negotiations with the Dalai Lama and a true autonomy for Tibet. It is essential reading for anyone with Tibet's interests at heart.
- beginning with Hu Jintao." Isabel Hilton.

"I debated whether it was necessary to treat Ngapo Ngawang Jigme and Phunwang in the same manner as the Panchen Rinpoche since the former was a traitor and the latter the man who led the communist forces into Tibet.
- Sonam Topgyal

"In September 2005 it was widely announced through various media that the Chinese government was about to broadcast a 20 episode televison series called Getak Tulku on state owned TV channels. However, the decision to telecast the series had to be withdrawn when Phuntsok Wangyal published in Memory of Comrade Tashi Wangchuk."
- Serta Tsultrim, editor of Tibet Express.


Preface by Serta Tsultrim
Foreword by Kasur Sonam Topgyal

In Memory of Comrade Tashi Wangchuk
First Letter to President Hu Jintao
Second Letter to President Hu Jintao
Third Letter to President Hu Jintao
A Short Biography