My Path Leads to Tibet by Sabriye Tenberken
The Inspiring Story of How One Young Blind Woman Brought Hope to the Blind Children of Tibet

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Defying everyoneís advice, armed only with her rudimentary knowledge of Chinese and Tibetan, Sabriye Tenberken set out to do something about the appalling condition of the Tibetan blind, who she learned had been abandoned by society and left to die. Traveling on horseback throughout the country, she sought them out, devised a Braille alphabet in Tibetan, equipped her charges with canes for the first time, and set up a school for the blind. Her efforts were crowned with such success that hundreds of young blind Tibetans, instilled with a newfound pride and an education, have now become self-supporting. A tale that will leave no reader unmoved, it demonstrates anew the power of the positive spirit to overcome the most daunting odds.

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Published January 8, 2003 by Arcade Publishing. 296 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Travel, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Vivid, brisk account of a young German woman's efforts to establish a school for the blind in Tibet.

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tribes --- and find the blind children who will become her pupils.

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