Jianglin Li

Jianglin Li is an independent scholar and writer who specializes in post-1950 Tibetan history and the Tibetan diaspora.

Books

When the Iron Bird Flies by Jianglin Li

When the Iron Bird Flies by Jianglin Li

When the Iron Bird Flies | China's Secret War in Tibet by Jianglin Li tells the untold story of China's military operations in Tibet. The book breaks this decades long silence to reveal for the first time a comprehensive and explosive picture of the six years that would prove definitive in modern Tibetan and Chinese history.
Tibet in Agony by Jianglin Li

Tibet in Agony by Jianglin Li

Tibet in Agony | Lhasa 1959 by Jianglin Li looks back on the Chinese governments militaristic repression of a popular uprising in Tibet's capital. Sifting facts from the distortions of propaganda and partisan politics, the author reconstructs a chronology of events that lays to rest lingering questions about what happened in those fate-filled days and why.