Softcover, 371 pages, Berkeley 2004, new
The life of an extraordinary tibetan personality, of whom I heard many stories from his relatives. He is not undisputed in the tibetan community due his closeness to communist and socialist ideas. Often, this political direction seems to be anti-tibetan and pro-chinese, as a result of a pure "black and white" view of the world.
I have also a copy of the book in tibetan text, (Dharamsala) maybe a rare thing in the western countries ...
|Autor:||Melvin C. Goldstein; Dawei Sherap; William R. Siebenschuh|