Since 2009, a spate of Tibetan self-immolations protesting Chinese policies have taken place, bringing the fraught history and relations between Tibet and China to Western attention once again. In ‘Eat the Buddha’, Barbara Demick journeys to Aba, a small town perched at an altitude of 12,000 feet on the Eastern edges of the Tibetan plateau, where the protests began and continue apace, and which is now the engine of Tibetan resistance.
Eat the Buddha: The Story of Modern Tibet Through the People of One Town
Author Barbara Demick Published by Granta ISBN 9781783785704 EAN 9781783785704 Bic Code Cover Hardback
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