Ama Adhe, the voice that remembers: the heroic story of a woman's fight to free Tibet

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Wisdom Publications, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 257 pages
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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This woman tells an incredible story of suffering at the hands of the "Chinese Liberators" of Mao and after, yet she maintains compassion and integrity through out her telling of this tragedy. She is humble and strong, never giving in. Having met this woman in person, I know she tells her story through this book with the compassion for all sentient beings--in truth to her Buddhist life.  


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