Blue Lake: Tibetan Popular Music, Place, and Fantasies of the Nation
What is it about?
This article is about how Dondrub Gyal's poem Blue Lake, set to music by Chopathar, became a nationalist symbol for some Tibetans.
Why is it important?
It looks at the song in different versions, and examines perspectives from Tibetans living in various different places to see how they perceive the significance of the lyrics, music, and videos.
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