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Tibet [Tib. Bod; Chin. Xizang Zizhiqu; Tibetan Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China]locked

  • Heather Stoddard-Karmay,
  • Gilles Béguin,
  • Deborah E. Klimburg-Salter,
  • N. G. Ronge,
  • Veronika Ronge,
  • Paola Mortari Vergara Caffarelli,
  • Chandra L. Reedy,
  • Jane Casey Singer,
  • Günter Grönbold,
  • Philip Denwood,
  • Joe Cribb,
  • John Clarke,
  • Mireille Helffer,
  • Yoshiro Imaeda,
  • David Jones
  •  and Amy Heller


Himalayan region bordered by India, Nepal, Bhutan and Burma to the west and south and by China to the north and east. An independent country until 1951, it is presently controlled by China. With a historical cultural relevance extending far beyond the borders of the present Tibetan Autonomous Region, Tibet and its art—largely based on ...

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