By an uncanny coincidence, Students for Tibet-American University planned an exciting week of events the same week that the Gaden Jangtse monks will be in town. Call that karma!
Events include a screening of the film “Tibet in Song” and Q&A with film maker Ngawang Choepel, a presentation about the self-immolations in Tibet by a former president of the Tibetan Youth Congress, and “Development on the Tibetan Plateau” with Losang Rabgey, the co-founder of NGO, Machik.
The Gaden Jangtse monks event at AU on March 31 (Kay Spiritual Chapel, 10 am – 12:30 pm) and the April 6th Prayer Vigil for Tibet (International Campaign for Tibet, 6:30 – 9:30 pm) are included in the 10 Days for Tibet series.
It’s really inspiring to see a group of young American college students take the time out of their busy schedules to help Tibet.