G.yu 'brug, C.K. Stuart's Asian Highlands Perspectives, Vol. 15: Rgyal Tibetan Village PDF

By G.yu 'brug, C.K. Stuart

This examine of Rgyas bzang (Jizong) Village contains a short precis of G.yu 'brug's lifestyles, neighborhood languages and placement, agriculture, snoozing, consuming, childbirth and baby elevating, stone homes, stone towers, taboos and customs, folktales, a quick tale, annual non secular rituals, demise rituals, pilgrimage to Mount Dmu rdo, marriage, schooling, a thesaurus of non-English phrases, a Rgyas bzang Tibetan Dialect-English glossary, and an English-Rgyas bzang Tibetan Dialect glossary.

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57• The local government implemented a policy of converting arable land to forest in 1999. Villagers were given about 125 kilograms of rice per mu12 per year as compensation. If villagers tell government workers they have plenty of rice, they receive about 1,500 RMB a year in lieu of the rice. Villagers are very pleased with this policy. Even old people who do not know the Chinese language recall Zhu Rongji13 and say that he implemented this policy. After the policy was implemented, villagers focused on planting wheat in chu zhing 'irrigated fields'.

Cn, accessed 13 September 2010. •57• The local government implemented a policy of converting arable land to forest in 1999. Villagers were given about 125 kilograms of rice per mu12 per year as compensation. If villagers tell government workers they have plenty of rice, they receive about 1,500 RMB a year in lieu of the rice. Villagers are very pleased with this policy. Even old people who do not know the Chinese language recall Zhu Rongji13 and say that he implemented this policy. After the policy was implemented, villagers focused on planting wheat in chu zhing 'irrigated fields'.

Village Names Population Rgyas bzang Tibetan pinyin 2010 Tibetan Dialect goŋ zoŋ Sgang bzang Gezong 300 ɟɛ zoŋ Rgyas bzang Jizong 260 kʰa ntɔ Kha mdo Shuizi er cun 420 kʰə ləŋɪ Kho lo Keli 200 la ndʐɣ La rgyab Najiao 700 ɱə tæ Mo sdod Shuizi san cun 300 tɛ ma/ maŋ Stag mo Dama 700 tʂɛ tsi Brag tse Shuizi yi cun 270 tʂʰɔ ɾæ Khrims ra Changna 300 Rong brag County consists of Dgu rtsong (Gezong), Kha mdo (Shuizi), Spro snang (Zhonglu), Stong dgu (Donggu), Sog po (Suopo), Dge bshes rtsa (Geshizha), Bla ri (Bian'er), Mda' mdo (Dandong), Dpa' bo (Bawang), Nyin dkar (Niega), Brag steng (Badi), Mchod rten sgang (Taipingqiao), Banshanmen, and Yuezha townships, and the county seat, Brag mgo Town (Zhanggu zhen).

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