编辑以“When Tibet Loved China”为题介绍了这15张照片，不过学者Dibyesh Anand在脸书上对这个标题有异议：“inappropriate headline but amazing/painful/interesting pictures of Chinese occupied Tibet during Cultural Revolution”，“As we know, the headline is not totally incorrect because a number of Tibetans did get caught in the mad excitement of cultural revolution.”
The Cultural Revolution swept up most of the people in Tibet in its endless marches, campaigns, and struggles. This 1966 photo shows more than 50,000 people celebrating the 17th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China in Lhasa.
There are still some people who remember this woman, writes Woeser. She came from a family of wealth and power, but gave it all up to become a nun. The poster, written in Tibetan, accuses her of being a "counter-revolutionary."
Four Tibetan woman chant slogans from The Collected Sayings of Chairman Mao, more commonly known in the United States as Mao's Little Red Book.
The sign reads: "Warmly support the center's decision regarding the creation of a military control commission in Tibet." (Tibet is spelled incorrectly.)
Children in Tibet wave Mao's Little Red Book.
Gun practice, under the mountains.