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Contemporary Performing Arts on the Tibetan Plateau and amongst Tibetans: Reflections on Transformation, Authenticity and Value

@inproceedings{Bangsbo2014ContemporaryPA,
  title={Contemporary Performing Arts on the Tibetan Plateau and amongst Tibetans: Reflections on Transformation, Authenticity and Value},
  author={Ellen Bangsbo},
  year={2014}
}
dictated by national politics (Norbu 1986, Adams 1996, Ross 1995). In an attempt to be the guardians of the Tibetan performing arts, Tibetans in exile have established cultural institutions, where performing arts are preserved and maintained, strictly adhering to tradition. However, as Tibetan culture in exile is exposed to Hindi films and music and also western-style music, it too, is subject to the influences of cultural changes. The issue is that Tibetan performing arts, both in Tibet and in… 

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