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China Change In Memory of Elliot Sperling: A 2014 Interview with the American Tibet Scholar
Tang Danhong, translated by Anne Henochowicz, January 26, 2018   Elliot Sperling died in his sleep at the end of January, 2017 (the Wikipedia entry puts the date of his death on January 29, 2017). In our unabating sorrow of losing a dear friend, China Change presents a full translation of Ms. Tang Danhong’s interview with Elliot. Ms. Tang ( [...] Keep reading »
China Change A Chronicle of Elliot Sperling
Tsering Woeser, February 10, 2017 Woeser’s note: This essay was written in Lhasa in the summer of 2014, for a very special book. The volume, “Trails of the Tibetan Tradition: Papers for Elliot Sperling,” was a compilation of 31 essays from Tibetologists, paying respect to Elliot Sperling. There were 5 essays in Tibetan, 25 in English, and 1 i [...] Keep reading »
China Change The Dire Consequences of the Imprisonment of Ilham Tohti
Elliot Sperling, February 5, 2017 In memory of Elliot, who passed away last week. I recovered this from my email archive, dated September 17, 2016, the day after Ilham Tohti was nominated for the Sakharov Prize. It is published here for the first time. – Yaxue Cao     The nomination last week of the imprisoned Uyghur Professor Ilham Toh [...] Keep reading »
China Change Is The Dalai Lama A Separatist?
Han Lianchao, September 28, 2016     Some young Chinese friends of mine often criticize me for getting mixed up with the Dalai Lama. They say he’s a separatist element who’s trying to split Tibet from China. I don’t blame them for this, as I once understood things pretty much the same way they do. It’s only after having more opportuni [...] Keep reading »
China Change Zuckerberg Is Not Exactly Being Honest about Defending Freedom of Expression
By Tsering Woeser, published: January 14, 2015   Following the massacre of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists, millions of people, including leaders from over 40 countries, went to the streets of Paris on January 11th to condemn terrorism and reiterate their determination to defend freedom of expression. Two days earlier, Mark Zuckerberg, founder [...] Keep reading »
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