Jetsun Pema, the Dalai Lama's younger sister, offers a rare and poignant account of life in Tibet before the Chinese occupation--a world that is lost forever. She presents her story from her childhood, growing up in pre-invasion Tibet, to her work today as a minister of the Tibetan government. These courageous and moving words are an enduring testament to the indomitability of the human spirit. photo insert.
- Dewey Decimal: 200
- Physical Description: 6.1"x9.0"x0.9"; 1.1 lb; 254 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2001-03-25
- Biographies & Memoirs -- Historical
- Biographies & Memoirs -- Leaders & Notable People -- Religious
- History -- Asia -- Tibet
- Nonfiction -- Current Events
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