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It is no mystery why editors prefer some titles for books over others. They choose titles that help sell books. If titles alone sell books, the new book by Tim Johnson, a veteran reporter who had covered China for Knight-Ridder and McClatchy for six years from his Beijing office...
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tenzin001  

Location: NY
Subject: An refreshingly honest book.
Nov 09 2011 06:48 PM

You will be much wiser after reading this book. An honest look at our situation.
deley  

Location: darjeeling
Subject: book
Oct 20 2011 09:01 AM

the author has done a fine job of covering different angles on the tibet- china dicotomy.though a few throw away lines are unneccesary,such as karmapa being called ,his hotness,ect.
chinas assertion that alls well in tibet is nauseating,its repression stifling.and tibets lack of assertion re, its 1911 to 1950 period free of chinese overloardship-,yet tibet never really embrassed the outside world ,when it had ample chance to say its free at last,is why this dicotomy is a sad reality for those inside tibet,who see h,h dali lama on the world stage,yet nothing changes for tibetans at home.if anything-they simply get high hopes dashed.good reading
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