Her Life Stories
- Born in Troubled Times
- Born in Lhasa
- Childhood Memories
- The Best of the Best
- A Civil Servant
- Traveling to Tibet as Ordered
- A Long Journey with a Mission
- A Trip of Life and Death
- Meeting with the 13th Dalai Lama
- Investigation and Liaison
- Dangerous Yet Triumphant Return
- Devotion for National Salvation
- Publicity Campaign for Anti-Japanese War
- Endless Nostalgia
- Passing Away at an Early Age
Related Historical Literature
List of Literature on the Study of Liu Manqing
1. Sherab Nyima, “The Special Envoy of the Nanjing Government,”China’s Tibet (winter issue), 1990.
2. Ding Xiaowen, “Liu Manqing: The Female Envoy of the National Government to Tibet,”Anecdotal Review of the Republic of China (Min Guo Chun Qiu), 1995(5), pp. 35-37.
3. Wang Yourong, “The Tibetan Political Situation Reflected in the Book A Mission to Xikang and Tibet by Liu Manqing,”Bulletin of Academia Historical (Taipei), 1996.
4. Ma Dazheng (ed.), reading guide by Sherab Nyima, Record of the Mission of the Secret Female Envoy of the National Government to Tibet. Ethnic Publishing House, 1998.
5. Zhou Chuanbin, “Liu Manqing: A Hui Heroine in Tibet During the Republic of China Period,”Journal of the Second Northwest University for Nationalities (Philosophy and Social Science), 2000(3), pp. 60-64.
6. Tian Wen, “The Lone Trip to Tibet of Liu Manqing, the Female Official of the National Government,”History of Modern China and Her People (Yan Huang Chun Qiu), 2003(2), pp. 31-34.
7. Shen Guofan, “Liu Manqing, the Female Envoy of the Republic of China, Traveled Fearlessly Thousands of Miles to Tibet,” Anecdotal History (Wen Shi Chun Qiu), 2007(2), pp. 39-43.
8. Wang Cunfu, “Liu Manqing: The Female Envoy of the National Government to Tibet,”Sichuan United Front, 2008(3), pp. 41-43.
9. Kang Xinping and Wang Nana, “Between the Country and One’s Native Land: Psychological Analysis of Liu Manqing on Her Trip into Tibet,”Journal of North Minzu University (Philosophy and Social Science),2009(4),pp. 38-42.
10. Zhang Faxian, Studies on the Relationship Between the Tibetan Local Government and the Central Government from 1934 to 1940.Master’s dissertation presented to Northwest Minzu University in 2010.
11. A Collection of Modern and Contemporary Chinese Frontier Documents, vol. 83: The Frontier During the National Government Period, Fuchi College Publishing Limited, 2010.
12. Duan Zirui, The Trip of Liu Manqing and Konchok Jungne to Tibet and the Initial Development of the Policies of the Nanjing National Government on Tibet Governance.Master’s dissertation presented to Beijing Normal University in 2011.
13. Fan Qianfeng, “The Real Liu Manqing,”Hui Literature, 2012(4), pp. 48-51.
14. Xu Xiaoming, “Liu Manqing: A Wise Frontier Worker,”China Ethnic News, May 10, 2013.
15. Zhang Hao, “The Position and Role of Liu Manqing in Resuming Normal Relations Between the Tibetan Local Government and the Central Government,”Journal of China Executive Leadership Academy Yan’an,2013(5), pp. 79-88.
16. Cao Bihong, “A Mission to Xikang and Tibet: Two Trips of Liu Manqing to Tibet,”China Archives, November(2013), pp. 80-81.
17. Luo Shaoming, “A Hui Heroin in the Republic of China Period: Liu Manqing and Tibet,”Journal of Tibet University (Social Science), 2013(4), pp. 84-89, 106.
18. Ding Xiaowen,The Female Envoy to Tibet During the Republic of China Period: A Biography of Liu Manqing. 21st Century Publishing House, 2013; reprinted in 2016.
19. Bai Xueman,“Liu Manqing, a Modern Heroine of the Republic of China, and the Historical Background about her Official Trip to Tibet in an Attempt of Negotiating the Relationship between the Central Government of the Republic of China and the Tibetan Local Government,”Technology Wind, October(2014), pp. 171-172.
20. Shen Jin,“The Historical Value of Liu Manqing as a Tibetan Muslim—Some Opinions after Reading The Female Envoy to Tibet During the Republic of China Period: A Biography of Liu Manqing,”Journal of Hui Muslim Minority Studies, 2014(2), pp. 139-141.
21. Ding Xiaowen,“Liu Manqing: The 23-year-old Female Envoy Sent by the Central Government to Tibet,”Nanjing Daily, page 6, April 9, 2014.
22. Li Kang,“Rainbow in Tibet the Snowland: Interpret Historical Themes by Means of Modern Consciousness,”Broadcasting Realm, 2015(3), pp. 102-103.
23. Bai Xueman,“A Research on Liu Manqing, An Heroine in Tibet in the Time of the Republic of China.”Master’sdissertation, Tibet University, 2015.
24. Palden Tsering,“Modern Events Related to Tibet Reported from the Perspective of the Tibet Mirror,”Journal of Tibetology (vol. 12). China Tibetology Press, 2015, pp. 292-294.
25. Ye Xiaoqin,“On Wu Zhongxin’s Evaluation of Liu Manqing’s Official Trip to Tibet and the Reasons behind it,”Journal of Xizang Minzu University (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition), 2015(6), pp. 57-63.
26. Li Hongyang,“The Role of Liu Manqing Between the Tibetan Local Government and the Central Government,”Journal of Xinzhou Teachers University, 2015(6), pp. 77-81.
27. Liu Qi,“From ‘Foreign Land’ to ‘Border’—A Comparative Reading of Several ‘Texts about Borders’ from the Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China,”Qinghai Journal of Ethnology, 2016(3), pp. 129-133.
28. Ren Yanxiao and Kang Xinping,“Review of Researches on Liu Manqing over the Past Twenty Years,”Journal of Sichuan Minzu College, 2018(2), pp. 68-72.
29. Pan Xianlin and Yang Chaofang,“Before Liu Manqing Wrote Her ‘A Mission to Xikang and Tibet’,”Academic Exploration, 2018(6), pp. 117-122.