Tibetan Rescue: The Extraordinary Quest to Save the Sacred Art Treasures of Tibet

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Tuttle Pub., Jan 1, 2002 - Art - 227 pages
This text chronicles Logan's journey across snow-covered mountains, through sparsely-populated provinces and into the remotest parts of Eastern Tibet to save sacred art treasures. It weaves the story of her travels with the history and culture behind the art she attempts to save.

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Logan (Among Warriors: A Woman Martial Artist in Tibet), an American with a Ph.D. in aerospace, here chronicles her four-year endeavor, beginning in 1994, to restore a monastery in a remote part of ... Read full review



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Pamela Logan holds a third-degree black belt in Shotokan karate and a doctorate in aerospace science from Stanford University. In 1992 she was appointed Director of Research for the China Exploration and Research Society. She lives in Southern California.

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