Little Lhasa

Little Lhasa: Reflections on Exiled Tibet by Tsering Namgyal is a book that explores the progress of Tibetans in spite of their conditions and circumstances. Tsering Namgyal who has been a part of finance as well as journalism, writes about the progress of Tibet and the cause for its freedom. The ten essays in this book examine the transition of Tibet and Tsering Namgyal’s thoughts on being a part of an older Tibet.

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Book Details

ISBN

81-88569-10-0

Pages

198

Size

5.50 in x 8.50 in

Format

Paperback

About The Author

Tsering Namgyal

Tsering Namgyal

Tsering Namgyal is a journalist whose essays and short stories have appeared in several publications in Asia since 1996. He is currently based in the United States.

Little Lhasa: Reflections on Exiled Tibet by Tsering Namgyal is a book that explores the progress of Tibetans in spite of their conditions and circumstances. Tsering Namgyal who has been a part of finance as well as journalism, writes about the progress of Tibet and the cause for its freedom. The ten essays in this book examine the transition of Tibet and Tsering Namgyal’s thoughts on being a part of an older Tibet.

This ever-changing face of Tibet is clearly brought out in the book. Tsering Namgyal’s Little Lhasa: Reflections on Exiled Tibet is truly endearing in its approach and does not fail to strike a chord.

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