Memories of life in Lhasa under Chinese rule

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By Statement Tubten Khétsun ; translated by Matthew Akester.
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Table Of Contents The story of my family
My childhood
The March 10th uprising
The Chinese fan the flames of war
Imprisoned at the Tibet Military District headquarters
Imprisoned at the Norbu Lingka barracks
A prisoner at the Nga-chen power station construction site
In TĂ©ring prison
In Trapchi prison
The Trong-nying prison farm
Back home after my release from prison
The agitation by the Muslims of Woba-ling
The fall of the Panchen Lama
The misuse of education
Sent to Powo yiwong as a construction labourer after the establishment of the Tibet Autonomous Region
The onset of the "Cultural Revolution"
The 7th June massacre
A disastrous new year
Old Tsampa in old MĂ©ru
The Sino-Soviet war brings increased oppression
The "one smash and three anti's" campaign
The "great massacre"
PLA soldiers destroy the fruits of the people's labour in the marshes
The systematic destruction of Ganden monastery
Sent to Kongpo as a construction worker for the second time
The "Xichao Dachang" timber yard
The Tölung power station construction camp
The Lin Biao affair
The defamation campaign
"Socialist transformation"
The Banak-shöl production cooperative
The farmer's life
The death of Mao Zedong and subsequent developments
The rewards of my hard work
Working in the Potala Palace
At the Tibet Academy of Social Science
Epilogue: leaving Tibet.
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Memories of life in Lhasa under Chinese rule
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Authors Tubten Khétsun
Matthew Akester
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Description Born in 1941, Tubten Khétsun is a nephew of the Gyatso Tashi Khendrung, one of the senior government officials taken prisoner after the Tibetan peoples' uprising of March 10, 1959. Khétsun himself was arrested while defending the Dalai Lama's summer palace, and after four years in prisons and labor camps, he spent close to two decades in Lhasa as a requisitioned laborer and "class enemy." In this eloquent autobiography, Khétsun describes what life was like during those troubled years. His account is one of the most dispassionate, detailed, and readable firsthand descriptions yet published of Tibet under the Communist occupation. Khétsun talks of his prison experiences as well as the state of civil society following his release, and he offers keenly observed accounts of well-known events, such as the launch of the Cultural Revolution, as well as lesser-known aspects of everyday life in occupied Lhasa. Since Communist China continues to occupy Tibet, the facts of this era remain obscure, and few of those who lived through it have recorded their experiences at length. Khétsun's story will captivate any reader seeking a refreshingly human account of what occurred during the Maoists' shockingly brutal regime.
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Title Memories of Life in Lhasa Under Chinese Rule
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