By Gozo Shioda, Jacques Payet, Christopher Johnston, Kyoichi Inoue
Trans. Jacques Payet, Christopher Johnston
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Just how to define the ‘Tibetan’ people has been subject to much debate. ” (1993, p. 9). He argues that despite all linguistic and other differences, ‘Tibetans’ are united by a “strong family resemble in language, lifestyle and culture”, the most salient shared identifying characteristics being Buddhism and tsampa, (Wylie: rtsam pa)—a ‘traditional’ Tibetan dish made of barley flour, Tibetan tea and yak butter. Tsampa is so strongly associated with ‘Tibetanness’ that Tibetans have often referred to themselves as ‘tsampa eaters’, even though (or perhaps precisely because) it is mostly consumed by nomads (cf.
But among my informants, the Tibetan expressions for tradition (srol rgyun), modernity (deng rabs, literally ‘modern times’ or the ‘contemporary age’), or conservative[-ness] (rnying zhen, literally ‘loyalty [zhen] to the old [rnying]’), were simply turned into nouns through the nominalising particle pa. Consequently, traditionalists are said to be srol rgyun pa, 26 Chapter 7 contains a critical discussion of the notions of ‘tradition’ versus modernity as binary constructs, as well as an etymology of related Tibetan terms, including those of development and ‘backwardness’.
When looking at the share of actual ethnic Tibetans in the ‘QSY Tibetan regions’, it becomes evident that these regions are defined very widely. 8 percent in 2011. 9 This was achieved by excluding counties in TAPs that do not feature a significant share of Tibetans. It meant only including Kangtsa (Ch. Gangcha) TAC of Tsochang (Ch. Haibei) TAP and Themchen (Tianjun) TAC of Tsonub (Ch. Haixi) MTAP. However, I also included Malho’s / Ch. Huangnan’s Henan MTAC, because they natively speak Tibetan, and Tibetan is their only minority language of education.
Aikido Shugyo: Harmony in Confrontation by Gozo Shioda, Jacques Payet, Christopher Johnston, Kyoichi Inoue