Nationalities and Minorities

Potala Palace, Lhasa

Potala Palace, Lhasa

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Photographic record of the visits of the Dalai and Panchen Lamas of Tibet to the Chinese Capital in 1954-1955, with the first part about their stay in Beijing as members of the Chinese National People’s Congress [parliament], and the second part being mainly ‘the Dalai Lama looking at things.’ [In Chinese and Tibetan] (1956), 162 pages.

Der Weg nach Lhasa – Bilder aus Tibet, by Vladimir Sis and Josef Vanis, Prague, 1956, 224 pages, In German. This pictorial volume accompanied a film shot by a Czechoslovakian team in 1953 shortly after the first road to Lhasa had been opened.

Minority Women of China, in Chinese but the pamphlet mostly consists of colour paintings of minority women of different regions of China in their traditional dress. FLP, Peking, 1958, 34 pages.

When Serfs Stood Up In Tibet, by Anna Louise Strong, Red Sun Publishers, San Francisco ,1976, 370 pages. [Originally published by New World Press, Peking, in 1959.]

Inside Story of Tibet, by Ratne Deshapriya Senanayake, Afro-Asian Writers’ Bureau, Peking, 1967, 178 pages.

English title not available: A Pictorial Volume with captions in Tibetan and Chinese, Lhasa, 1975, 247 pages.

Great Changes in Tibet, a collection of articles with 12 pages of photos, FLP, Peking, 1972, 78 pages.

United and Equal – The Progress of China’s Minority Nationalities, by Yin Ming, well illustrated, FLP, Peking, 1977, 168 pages.

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