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Phun-tshogs-dbaṅ-rgyal, ʼBa-pa, 1922-2014


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    • us: ʼBa-pa Phun-tshogs-dbaṅ-rgyal, 1922-2014
    • us: Baba Phuntsok Wangyal, 1922-2014
    • us: Bapa Phüntso Wangye, 1922-2014
    • us: Bawa Phuntsok Wangyal, 1922-2014
    • us: Geranlangba Pingcuowangjie, 1922-2014
    • us: Goranangpa Phuntsok Wangyal, 1922-2014
    • us: Ko-jan-lang-pa Pʻing-tsʻo-wang-chieh, 1922-2014
    • us: Phun-tshogs-dbaṅ-rgyal, Sgo-ra-naṅ-pa, 1922-2014
    • us: Phüntso Wangye, 1922-2014
    • us: Phuntsok Wanggyal, 1922-2014
    • us: Phuntsok Wangyal, Goranangpa, 1922-2014
    • us: Pʻing-tsʻo-wang-chieh, 1922-2014
    • us: Pʻing-tsʻo-wang-chieh, Ko-jan-lang-pa, 1922-2014
    • us: Pʻing-wang, 1922-2014
    • us: Pingcuo Wangjie, 1922-2014
    • us: Pingcuowangjie, 1922-2014
    • us: Pingwang, 1922-2014
    • us: Sgo-ra-naṅ-pa Phun-tshogs-dbaṅ-rgyal, 1922-2014
    • us: Wanggyal, Phuntsok, 1922-2014
    • us: Phuntsog Wangyal, 1922-2014
    • us: Wangyal, Phuntsog, 1922-2014
    • us: Phuntsog Wangyal, Goranangpa, 1922-2014
    • us: Phunwang, 1922-2014
    • us: 平措汪杰, 1922-2014
    • us: 平汪, 1922-2014
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        1922
    • Death Date

        20140330
    • Birth Place

        Batang (China)
    • Associated Locale

        Beijing (China)
    • Associated Locale

        Tibet Autonomous Region (China)
    • Gender

        male
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    • found: Tzu jan pien cheng fa hsin tʻan, 1996: t.p. (Ko-jan-lang-pa Pʻing-tsʻo-wang-chieh; Pʻing-wang) t.p. verso (Pʻing-tsʻo-wang-chieh, author)
    • found: Liquid water does exist on the moon, 2002: t.p. (Phuntsok Wanggyal; Pingcuowangjie; Pingwang, signed by the author)
    • found: A Tibetan revolutionary, 2004: t.p. (Phüntso Wangye) data sheet (generally known as Phunwang; b. 1922)
    • found: Bod mi gsar brje ba źig, 2006: t.p. (ʼBa-pa Phun-tshogs-dbaṅ-rgyal) p. facing t.p. (Bapa Phüntso Wangye)
    • found: Website of the Wikipedia, viewed 2010-03-12: (Phuntsok Wangyal Goranangpa, also known as Phuntsog Wangyal, Bapa Phuntsok Wangyal or Phünwang; Phuntsok Wangyal is a Tibetan born in 1922 in Batang, in the province of Kham, Eastern Tibet. He is best known for having founded the Tibetan Communist Party and was a major figure in modern Sino-Tibetan relations. He was arrested by the Chinese authorities in 1960 and subsequently spent 18 years in the infamous Chinese high security prison Qincheng in solitary confinement; also spell as Baba Phuntsok Wangyal; Bawa Phuntsok Wangyal)
    • found: nuc85-63106: Mullin, C. The Tibetans, 1983 (hdg. on ViU rept.: Wangyal, Phuntsog; usage: Phuntsog Wangyal)
    • found: Telegraph (online), viewed July 3, 2014 (Phuntsog Wangyal; Phuntsog Wangyal Goranangpa; commonly known as Phunwang; b. 1922 in Batang, in the province of Kham in eastern Tibet (now part of western Sichuan Province); d. Mar. 30, 2014; co-founded the Tibetan Communist Party in the 1940s, but despite giving up on an independent Tibet and unifying his party with that in China, he was jailed in Beijing and kept in solitary confinement for almost two decades)
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    • 1997-03-18: new
    • 2014-07-04: revised
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