Virgil Lemmon, lobbied the Secretary of the Navy to establish the AMDO
community with designator 152X.
The black rock series for this study come from exposures in Gangni village (Township) and Amdo
114 station (of the Qinghai-Tibet highway), north-central Tibet (Fig.
Kumbum Monastery in Amdo
, Tibet, has 10,000 visitors each day, and the monks are constantly doing pujas for money and have become businessmen.
(47) As the authorities tried to enforce collectivization, there were large-scale uprisings in Kham and Amdo
, where many monasteries were destroyed and monks murdered.
The Song Empire (960-1279) was not powerful enough to handle U-Tsang, the outer Tibetan area, but it did keep control of Tibetan-inhabited areas in presentday Gansu, Qinghai, Sichuan and Yunnan, which were known as Kham and Amdo
. To guard against the Tangut State (also known as the Western Xia[1038-1227]), a rising threat to the security of north-western China, the Song Empire forged alliance with the largest Tibetan regime located in the Amdo
area under the leadership of Gusiluo and his successors, who were given high-ranking official positions by the Song government.
Thanks to donations from Gap Adventures travellers and staff, Planeterra was able to fund a recent Eye Camp in Amdo
Province of Tibet that restored the sight of 207 people aged 7 to 95.
Alhosain Wald Amdo
has hailed the international status of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its political and humanitarian stands especially on the support for the Palestinian cause and Muslims&' causes....
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While describing the historical relations of conflict between Chinese forces and ethnic Tibetans living in regions adjacent to China, the writer cited a book by Teichman published in 1922 that described harsh treatment of Chinese authorities to ethnic Tibetans living in the eastern Tibetan regions of Kham and Amdo
. However, this could leave the readers confused since central Tibet is said to have enjoyed even political independence from China during that period.
Eira Mawr Y llan dan amdo
llonydd, - a'i degwch Yn dagwr heolydd; Ei wen faneg am fynydd A'i lendid yn gwrlid gwy e dd.
But refugees from far-flung areas of Tibet such as Amdo
and parts of Kham were not so fortunate.
Having occupied the eastern border provinces of Amdo
(in the north) and Kham (in the south), by the autumn of 1950 the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) was on the verge of entering central Tibet.