Ama Adhe, the voice that remembers: the heroic story of a woman's fight to free Tibet
The author recounts her twenty-seven-year imprisonment in Chinese labor camps, a punishment for her participation in the resistance to China's occupation of Tibet during the fifties, an intimate story of faith amid persecution, torture, starvation, and degradation. Original. Tour. IP.
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