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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 | 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.