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NEWS
November 7, 1990 | K.E.S. KIRBY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"This," says Galen Rowell, tapping a page of his latest book with his forefinger, "this is the photo that got me in trouble." It was not even one of his own, those miracles of image and light that have made Rowell one of America's foremost mountain photographers and adventurers for more than 15 years.
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 9, 1999 | PHILIP BRANDES
Where all too many theatrical presentations simply pay lip service to multidisciplinary art forms, writer-director-composer-designer-comparative mythologist Stephen Legawiec does something meaningful with them. Legawiec's Ziggurat Theatre (formerly the Gilgamesh Theatre) has garnered well-deserved acclaim for its evocative weaving of disparate elements into rich, expertly staged explorations of the human psyche.
WORLD
March 15, 2008 | Mark Magnier, Times Staff Writer
Tibet was hit by a fresh wave of violence Friday as protests by hundreds of Buddhist monks and other residents against Chinese rule resulted in burned shops, vandalized police vehicles and at least 10 deaths, government officials and witnesses said. American citizens in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, reported rioting and gunfire, the U.S. Embassy in Beijing said in a warning to stay away from the city, which has seen several days of anti-Chinese protests. "All care should be taken to avoid unnecessary movement within the city until the situation is under control," the alert said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1995 | NICHOLAS RICCARDI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The 18-year-old carjacker and probation camp inmate furrowed his brow as he carefully tapped grains of orange sand out of a hollow tube, sketching a fine line around a mandala--a three-foot-wide sand painting. "When I came here, I didn't have no patience," said Jimmy, a Maywood gang member incarcerated at Camp David Gonzales who is studying the ancient art under Tibetan monks. "When somebody looked at me wrong, I'd hit them." "Now I got patience." An onlooking monk smiled approvingly.
NEWS
May 10, 1986 | Associated Press
China will open 12 more Tibetan peaks to foreign climbers during the next five years, the New China News Agency said Friday. Five of the new areas will open this year, including Cho Oyu, the world's sixth-highest mountain.
NEWS
March 14, 1989 | From United Press International
Police detained 67 Tibetan exiles Monday after thay began an indefinite program of sit-ins outside foreign embassies demanding "immediate intervention" by the United Nations with China to "prevent further bloodshed in Tibet."
WORLD
April 18, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
Nepalese police detained more than 500 Tibetan exiles decrying a crackdown in their homeland in a protest near the Chinese Embassy in Katmandu, police said. Officers in blue camouflage uniforms chased down red-robed Buddhist monks and nuns and other Tibetans. In neighboring India, runners carried the Olympic flame along a route through central New Delhi guarded by about 15,000 police officers who kept away Tibetan exiles and other anti-China protesters.
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