Historically, Tibet has been a small country in central Asia located west of China and north of the Himalayas. After centuries of periods of independence interspersed with years of Chinese rule, it was formally annexed to the People's Republic of China as a province in 1959. Its former head of state, Tenzin Gyatso aka Dalai Lama XIV, maintains a government-in-exile in India.

Earth's largest mountain, Mount Everest, is on the Tibet-Nepal border.

Tibet in State of JeffersonEdit

When China invaded Tibet in 1959, many yeti were forced into exile.[1] The Yeti Lama made a trip to the U.S. state of Jefferson in 1979 to meet briefly with the state governor, Bill Williamson.[2]

Tibet in The Two GeorgesEdit

Tibet was part of China, a British Protectorate.[3]

Tibet in WorldwarEdit

Tibet remained neutral during World War II. It was conquered by The Race's Conquest Fleet during their invasion of the Earth in 1942. It was recognized as a Race colony after the Peace of Cairo in 1944.[4]


  1. Thirty Days Later: Steaming Forward: 30 Adventures in Time, loc. 450.
  2. Ibid., 450-487.
  3. The Two Georges, frontispiece map.
  4. See the Colonization map.