Eat the Buddha: The Story of Modern Tibet Through the People of One Town 深入「佛」系小鎮，探討藏族真實生活面貌
Just as she did with North Korea in Nothing to Envy, award-winning journalist Barbara Demick’s latest book explores one of the most hidden corners of the world, a Tibetan town perched eleven thousand feet above sea level. Through the lives of its inhabitants, from a former Princess to an upwardly mobile entrepreneur to a young nomad turned monk, Demick reveals what it is really like to be a Tibetan in the twenty-first century. Joining her in conversation is International Editor, Channel 4 News, Lindsey Hilsum. In ENGLISH, and available 24 hours later with CHINESE subtitles.
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就像她在《Nothing to Envy》中對朝鮮所做的那樣，屢獲殊榮的記者Barbara Demick的最新著作探索了世界上最隱秘的角落之一: 一座海拔高度達一萬一千英尺藏族小鎮。 從居民的生活 、一位前公主、一個向上流動的企業家到一個年輕的游牧民族和尚，Demick 揭示了在二十一世紀身為藏族的真正感受。 與她交談的是Channel 4 News國際編輯Lindsey Hilsum。
Featuring (click on author names to read more)
Barbara Demick is a journalist and author of three books.
Lindsey Hilsum is the International Editor of Britain’s Channel 4 News, and the author of In Extremis: The Life of War Correspondent Marie Colvin.