In weaving together the life stories of five extraordinary contemporary Tibetans involved in environmental protection, Tibetan Environmentalists in China shows Tibetans as both products of an admirable culture and as complex individuals negotiating religious ideals, economic change, and sociopolitical constraints. In short, Tibetan Environmentalists in China opens up a whole new way of understanding Tibet.
Chapter One: Seeking Buddha
Chapter Two: Coming Out
Chapter Three: Wasteland
Chapter Four: Love
Chapter Five: Seeking the Way
Chapter Six: Running away
Chapter Seven: Homecoming Epilogue: Return to Lhasa
Appendix: Interview Time and Location
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Liu Jianqiang is visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley and Beijing editor of chinadialogue.net
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