Tibet, Disrupted is a photo-based ebook that won a Silver Award in the 2017 Benjamin Franklin Digital Book Awards, California, USA. Author Alex Shoumatoff calls this ebook 'one of the most important exposes and most compelling pieces of photojournalism of our time.' This enhanced ebook blows the lid off China’s megadam construction and large-scale mining in Tibet, and documents the looming environmental crisis for the entire Asian region. Through a mixture of on-the-ground photography and painstaking research, Michael Buckley turns the spotlight on the darkest, most dangerous side of China’s emergence as a global superpower. The ebook contains photographs sourced from dozens of photographers, as well as cellphone pictures smuggled out of Tibet at great risk. The book includes customized maps and NASA satellite snapshots of Tibet. The ebook is intended to be a visual companion to the author’s print book, Meltdown in Tibet.
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Wonderful edition - a must have collection
MB has yet again set the bar higher for other authors on the same subject, very informative and interactive. I am sure the readers will gain valuable information on 'TIBET issues' apart from environmental destruction.
Beautiful, Thrilling and Informative Photo book
The author has outdone himself and followed his groundbreaking documentaries and books with this wholesome photo book capturing Tibet's environmental significance. Michael has highlighted Tibetan and Asian voices showing the human reality of environment and climate.