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法兰克福展出强有力的西藏新书

   法兰克福展出强有力的西藏新书
   
   第61届法兰克福国际书展10月13日拉开帷幕。这一世界上规模最大的图书博览会今年吸引了来自100多个国家的7000多家出版社参加。而中国则是本届书展的主宾国。作为全球最重要的一个文化交流的平台,法兰克福书展除了展示各国的出版物外,还组织大量文化活动,有关主宾国中国的文化活动多达600多场。援藏团体也不落伍,《金色的火焰般不再恐惧——来自西藏的最新文集》一书的首发仪式在10月18日法兰克福书展 -- 文艺沙龙上举行。
   
   《金色的火焰般不再恐惧——来自西藏的最新文集》一书,由国际声援西藏运动出版发行。

   
   《金色的火焰般不再恐惧——来自西藏的最新文集》内容如下:
   
   今天在西藏身分的网络写手: " [西藏人]不再设法适合步入中国全国故事; 反而他们创造出他们自己。 这是一种新的文化片刻… [西藏年轻人]开始有机会参与许多事… …"
   1,西藏内外作家发表的强有力的诗歌
   2,审讯的日志 ——加羊吉著。
   3,西藏学者喇嘛杰(Lamajabb)的一篇杂文,关于西藏起义的来由。
   4,在西藏被监禁和尚们的抒情歌曲。
   5,当代艺术——西藏流亡艺术家的评论。
   6,尚在狱中服刑的西藏作家卓玛嘉(Dolma Kyab)的著作《骚动的西马拉雅》一书的部分章节第一次翻译为英语。
   
    具体请参阅英文报道。
   
   Like Gold that Fears no Fire: New Writing from Tibet
   ICT press release, October 16, 2009
   A new collection of writings by Tibetans inside Tibet, including extracts from books that are banned by the Chinese government and work by writers now in prison, will be launched on Sunday (October 18) by the International Campaign for Tibet at the Frankfurt International Book Fair, the biggest literary trade event in the world (details of event below). The Chinese government is Guest of Honour at this year's fair (October 14-18), and has caused controversy by seeking to block dissident voices.
   The new book, "Like Gold that Fears No Fire: New Writing from Tibet" features stories of imprisonment, interrogation, death and loss, as well as perspectives on a better future that reveal an unquenchable spirit and deeply-felt Tibetan identity. The stories, poems and essays in this rich and diverse collection focus on the experiences of Tibetans since a wave of overwhelmingly peaceful protests swept across Tibet from March 2008, to be met by a violent crackdown. Writers and artists are among hundreds of Tibetans who have faced torture and imprisonment for peaceful expression of their views.
   In one book that was banned as soon as it was published in Tibet, a writer reflects: "In a year that turned out to be like a raging storm... how could we remain... in fear. [This work is] a sketch of history written in the blood of a generation."
   Since the protests began, the Chinese government has sought to cover up the disappearances and killings that have taken place across Tibet combined with a propaganda offensive against the exiled Tibetan leader, the Dalai Lama. The Tibetan writers featured in the book, most of whom are still in Tibet and China, dare to challenge China's official version of events ¬ representing a more profound challenge to the Communist government than ever before.
   "Like gold that fears no fire" opens with an original article by the most well-known Tibetan writer Woeser, an accomplished poet and one of the most eloquent and fiercest analysts of Chinese oppression in Tibet. Woeser's important and powerful article outlines the importance of story-telling for an oppressed people to affirm their history and identity. Woeser argues that the events of 2008 are as significant in contemporary Tibetan history as those of March 1959, when tensions against the Chinese presence in Tibet escalated into an uprising, and led to the Dalai Lama's escape into exile.
   Like Gold that Fears no Fire also features:
   • Reflections on Tibetan identity today by a blogger: "[Tibetans] are no longer just trying to fit into the Chinese national story; instead they are creating their own. It is a new cultural moment... [young Tibetans] are starting to have the chance to be many things and at the same time still be Tibetan."
   • Powerful poetry by writers inside Tibet and in exile
   • The diary of an interrogation by a Tibetan writer
   • An essay by Tibetan scholar Lamajabb, who finds the cause of the protests that convulsed the plateau not in some phantom instigation of the 'Dalai clique' but "in the tragic Tibetan history that began in the 1950s and the shortcomings of China's Tibet policy"
   • Lyrics of a song by monks imprisoned in Tibet
   • Contemporary art by Tibetan artists now in exile with commentary
   • The first English translation of a section of a book by Tibetan author Dolma Kyab, serving ten and a half years in prison as a result of his manuscript
   Launch of book at literary salon, Frankfurt, October 18
   "Like Gold that Fears No Fire: New Writing from Tibet," will be launched at a literary salon organized by ICT on Sunday, October 18 at 2:00 pm, featuring actor and activist Hannes Jaenicke and a Tibetan literature scholar. Venue: Frankfurt Book Fair, Forum Dialogue, 6.1. E 913. Advance copies of the book are available as a pdf on request: contact [email protected]
   ICT stand at Frankfurt Book Fair is at: 3.1. A 317. ICT stand at Agora with Tibetan dance performance and 'Missing Voices' ¬video-station for Tibetan political prisoners, October 17-18.
   
   Press contacts in Frankfurt:
   Kai Mueller (German, English): +49 162 2087358
   and Kate Saunders (English): + 44 (0) 7947 138612

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