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Unformatted text preview: Pols 497 Class Notes 6.24.10 Tibet! Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts Protect the music/performing arts of Tibet Cultural Revolution Tibet Sacred Kingdom Isolated by the Himalayas Buddhism was the foundation of daily life Medicine to metaphysics 1959 Home of the Dalai Lama fell to the Chinese Over 1 million dead because of occupation Burned books Destroyed monasteries India 1,000's of Tibetan Refugees Rebuilt Medical Institute Monasteries Libraries Institute for Performing arts 1/5 th of Tibetan population died from Occupation One Child Policy Slow genocide Tibetan Protest songs Tibetan Children's Village Created to help children of parents lost in occupation Pregnant women deliver the children to India Western Treasure House Used to fuel the Chinese economy Chinese nuclear weapons Fighting for religious and political rights Monks and nuns study history as well No children Lead demonstrations Non-violence Tibetan Youth Congress...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course POLITICAL 497 taught by Professor Dr.sharonwei during the Summer '10 term at Boise State.
- Summer '10