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XXVI 汉藏语
终于传上来了 推荐什么的早就忘了。开场曲是企鹅师搞的。
chinese  Tibet  language  linguist  history 
july 2017 by aries1988
Tibet  travel  story 
may 2015 by aries1988
Obituary: Tashi Tsering: Between two worlds | The Economist
Much had impressed him about the Chinese in Lhasa: how quickly they built hospitals, bridges and the first-ever primary school, and how they did not take as much as a needlefrom the people. Even as they mocked and destroyed the culture, they also seemed to offer a route to the modern world.
spiritual  Tibet  china  story  religion  history 
december 2014 by aries1988
China’s motorways: Get your kicks on Route G6 | The Economist
It is a slow toil through much of Inner Mongolia, as Zheng Jie found when she drove along the G6 with her husband and father on their way back from Tibet in October. Ms Zheng, who runs a headhunting firm in Beijing, laments what she calls a “blank space” of road-themed music to accompany China’s fast-developing car culture. There is no equivalent yet of Willie Nelson’s “On the Road Again” to get drivers in the mood (she and her passengers spent much of their journey listening to syrupy new-age music). There is sadly little relief on the G6 in the form of what might be called highway haiku: garbled English translations on motorway signs that in their highest form have a poetic quality matching the rhythm of the road. Only one example worthy of the description offers itself (albeit hypnotically repeated) on the G6 Tibet-bound Rain or snowy day Bridge, slow driving
Tibet  report  music  driving  tourism 
december 2012 by aries1988

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