1. Herança Espiritual

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    Promo Documentario rodado no Tibete

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    • MountainChild Overview

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      Enjoy actual footage taken from remote Tibetan tribes living in some of the worlds harshest conditions.

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      • Book Trailer: The Horse That Leaps Through Clouds

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        from Eric Enno Tamm / Added

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        WEBSITE: http://horsethatleaps.com BUY FOR 37% OFF: http://tinyurl.com/25nzan3 A TALE OF ESPIONAGE, THE SILK ROAD AND THE RISE OF MODERN CHINA Two epic journeys along the Silk Road -- past and present -- offer a riveting and cautionary tale about the breathtaking rise of modern China. On July 6, 1906, Baron Gustaf Mannerheim—who decades later became the President of Finland—boarded the midnight train from St. Petersburg, charged by Tsar Nicholas II to secretly collect intelligence on the Qing Dynasty's sweeping reforms that were radically transforming China. The last Tsarist agent in the so-called Great Game, Mannerheim chronicled almost every facet of China's modernization, from reform of education, foreign investment and industry to the military, Muslim borderlands and Tibet's struggle for independence. On July 6, 2006, writer Eric Enno Tamm boarded that same train, intent on following in Mannerheim's footsteps. Initially banned from China, Tamm devises a cover and retraces Mannerheim's route across the Silk Road, discovering both eerie similarities and seismic differences between the Middle Kingdoms of today and a century ago. Trekking overland 17,000 kilometres to Beijing, he runs a gauntlet of political and geographic extremes including some of the world's hottest deserts and cruellest dictatorships. Along the way, Tamm offers piercing insights into China's past that raise troubling questions about its future. Can the Communist Party truly open China to the outside world yet keep Western ideas such as democracy and freedom at bay, just as Qing officials mistakenly believed a century ago? What can reform during the late Qing Dynasty teach us about the spectacular transformation of China today? "Study the past if you would divine the future," wrote Confucius. Tamm's epic quest turns out to be a cautionary tale. "Tamm has written a grand sweep of a narrative. It combines a long and arduous physical journey... Full of wild characters, harsh geography, and historical surprise, Tamm's journey reveals him to be at once an intrepid adventurer, fine writer, and discerning historian. Altogether a wonderful book." -- Wade Davis, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence

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        • Tibet: Beyond Fear

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          http://www.amnestyusa.org/artistsforamnesty Tibet: Beyond Fear has been playing on television and in film festivals around the world. The New York Times hails the film as emotional, riveting, and compelling. With an opening by Richard Gere, this inspiring film documents the remarkable courage and indomitable will of Ngwang, a 13-year-old Tibetan Buddhist Nun and Bagdro, a 20-year-old Tibetan Buddhist Monk, who lead demonstrations against the Chinese authorities in Tibet.

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          • CIA Impact on Tibet? Part 2: Lhasang Tsering

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            Arriving after the CIA had pulled their support, Lhasang Tsering was a member of the armed resistance force in the Mustang, Nepal operation from 1973 to 1974, its final year. Later in Dharamsala, India, he was the Principal of the Tibetan Children's Village, briefly served in the Tibetan Government in Exile, was President of the Tibetan Youth Congress, and one of the co-founders of the Amnye Machen Institute. Currently, he is a Poet/Writer, and owns a bookshop. A passionate and outspoken voice in the Tibetan community, here he shares his viewpoint in a continuing series of answers to the question: "What impact do you think the CIA had on Tibet's resistance against China?". on KEFIBLOG.COM

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            • Meditation

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              by Garrett Davis 2010

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              • HIMALYAN MYSTIQUE

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                • In the Shadow of Everest

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                  from Brock Graham / Added

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                  In 2001, Tom Wool traveled to the Rongbuk Valley with mountaineer Helga Hengge to document the lives of the people living in the shadow of Everest. The Rongbuk Valley stretches north from the base of Mount Everest to the Tibetan Plateau. It is home to about 3,000 people dispersed amongst 12 or so villages. At the time there was no road, just a dirt track leading from the Friendship Highway to the north. In 2008, the Olympic torch came over Mount Everest for the Beijing Olympic Games. By this time the Chinese had built a road, all the way from the Friendship Highway through the valley to Everest Base Camp, at the foot of the Rongbuk glacier. Now, everything would change...

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                  • Debating Monks at Sera Monastry, Lhasa, Tibet

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                    • Nyen Karpo

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                      from Samridhi Thapliyal / Added

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                      This is an attempt to document traditional Tibetan songs, that have been lost in the cacophony of the modern times, in a foreign land. With limited resources and time we have put together Nyen Karpo the White Melody.

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