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Jamyang Norbu

Tibetan writer

Jamyang Norbu is a Tibetan writer who the International Herald Tribune described "...as one of the most incisive and prolific commentators on the political scene, a writer with strong opinions but also the wide reading and intellectual depth to back them up, sometimes fiercely". He is the author of several books, plays, pamphlets and a traditional Tibetan opera libretto. He is also the winner of the Crossword Award for English Fiction, 2000, India's equivalent of the Booker Prize, for his Kipling/Conan Doyle pastiche, The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes. Norbu was briefly a member of the Tibetan resistance movement in Mustang in Northern Nepal. <br /> <br /> Jamyang Norbu's blog is called <a href="http://www.jamyangnorbu.com/blog" target="_hplink">Shadow Tibet</a>.

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