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Sitting on top of the world, the Tibetan Plateau comprises a stunning range of landscapes—turquoise lakes, snowcapped mountains, golden barley fields, lush forested valleys, high-altitude deserts, and endless grasslands. Those who visit Tibet comment on its rich and colorful landscape and culture; through the centuries, Tibetans have developed a bold and unique color concept in their clothing, architecture, and way of life. Rooted in the ancient Zhangzhung civilization and Bon culture, Tibet has been shaped by a millennium of Buddhist culture and draws inspiration from the neighboring countries of Mongolia, India, Nepal, and China. This calendar offers glimpses of the rich hues of Tibet and draws you into a place that, while vast and beautiful, is one of the least-free countries in the world.
The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) works to promote human rights and democratic freedoms for the people of Tibet. Founded in 1988, ICT is a nonprofit membership organization with offices in Washington, DC; Amsterdam; Berlin; and Brussels; and a partnership with Australia Tibet Council.