The lie lodge in Lhasa is a sacred site.
In its ancient days, it was the place where Chinese monks and their descendants gathered in the hopes of escaping from their evil, life-threatening duties as slaves.
It’s the site where Tibetan spiritual leaders gathered in ancient times and they gathered to pray, meditate and meditate on their ancestors’ teachings.
Today, the temple sits empty, but it is not a temple, it is an empty shell.
It is a place of silence.
This was a place where people used to say ‘I don’t want to live in a society that is ruled by a handful of people’.
That’s why the people who live there, and the people in Lhota and many other places around Tibet, are in such pain.
There is a lot of suffering and suffering, but that is because there are a lot people, a lot numbers of people who do not have a voice.
Today the situation is so bad, so bad that the Tibetan people, who have been in this for years, have no choice but to turn to the Lie Lodge in Lhotse to try and change things.
And it is a very, very dangerous place.
In the early 1900s, a group of Chinese monks went there and began to teach the Tibetan Buddhists there.
In that era, when there was no government, there was a huge fear of persecution and violence by the government, which was led by the Dalai Lama.
The monks who were there wanted to make a difference in the lives of the people of Tibet, so they wanted to change the way Tibet was governed.
The Tibetan people wanted to get rid of the Communist rule in China and make their own country, their own state.
They wanted to be independent and free.
And they also wanted to have a temple.
So, they were doing something that was really very important, because they wanted it to be a very holy place.
But it was really dangerous and, in the end, a very bad idea.
When they got to the temple, they found that it was already empty, and they found it in a bad state.
The temple was in a very dark place, there were no people there, they had no food, no water, no electricity, nothing.
They had no facilities at all, there weren’t even any monks.
The people who lived there had to live there for the rest of their lives, and in their time they were very poor.
But the monks decided to go and build a temple that would help the poor, and help the Tibetans to have hope for their future.
So they built a temple in Lhuangma in Lhadong, about 50 kilometres from Lhotsla.
The first day they built the temple was the day that the Chinese government went to Lhasas, to collect the people and forcibly convert them into Chinese subjects.
The Chinese authorities were angry that Tibetans had built a new temple, and wanted to destroy it, so that the Dalai lamas would have to move away from Lhas as well.
They came and attacked the temple.
The Dalai lama, his wife and some monks were killed.
They fled and hid there for a while.
But when the Chinese arrived, they set fire to the buildings and the temple and the monks had to hide inside the temple for the next few months.
Eventually, they moved the monks to a monastery, and it became a Buddhist monastery, so it’s still called Lhotsesla Monastery.
But because it was a Buddhist, they called it Lhotesla Monastic Abbey.
Nowadays, the people have no temple there.
But people still come to visit the monastery and they still pray, and there are many stories about how it used to be the place of the temple before they moved there, but now they have to hide in the monastery.
There are many temples in Lgyungdzin and Lhasha, but the Lie Lighthouse in Lhubane is the only one.
Lhas a temple to the Dalai kong.
There’s a large temple in a village called Lgyhtsen.
The Lie Loda, Lhas, Lgyksen and Lgytsen are the places where the Chinese people go to pray and pray and worship.
Today there are about a thousand people there.
The story of the Lie lodge, Lhubanese Lighthouse, is the story of a Tibetan monastery that has lost everything.
But today, the Lie Lamas are very strong and they have no plans to leave, they have their life plans.
But they also have no intention of surrendering, and I don’t think they will ever give up.
We are not sure if the government is going to give up or not, but I do think that the Lie Lamas will continue to work.
And so, the situation will deteriorate very rapidly, and then the government will start thinking about leaving Tibet.
So the Lie lamas have a very high status in