International Campaign for Tibet featured the ‘Tattoos of Tibetan Refugees and Ex-Political Prisoners’ project on their site, and also in their year-end issue of Tibet Press Watch. Read the interview HERE.
Tattoos of Tibetan Refugees and Ex-Political Prisoners was featured in ICT’s bi-annual publication, Tibet Press Watch.
Tattoos of Tibetan Refugees and the Rutgers Event, Tibet Burning, have been featured in Sang Bleu.
Care2 worked with Built on Respect and the Robin Reed Trust to plan and sponsor Palden’s multi-city speaking tour and on Tuesday night, I was fortunate enough to get the chance to hear Palden speak in San Francisco. I was completely blown away by the power of his story and his incredible spirit. Most of […]
By Jen Burton When I walked in to the Causes lunch room the other day, I was struck, quietly, with emotion. Palden Gyatso was sitting, smiling, with his translator in advance of his talk here at the office. I’ve never been in the presence of someone like him before and I was moved. Palden is […]
By Thor Halvorssen Buddhist monk Palden Gyatso endured 33 years of torture at the hands of the Chinese government in Tibet’s most brutal prison. He is in New York right now and you are invited to hear his life story — one of the greatest never told. Read the full story here…
Tattoos of Tibetan Refugees and Choedon’s story are highlighted here.
Shambhala Sun picked up this post from the ‘Tattoos of Tibetan ex-political prisoners’ series here.