In conversation with Gregg Robins

By ylhund | June 5, 2019

 Walking into Tibet World there is a palpable sense of community, of a mutual existence between volunteer, teacher and student. There is an undoubtable eager willingness to learn presented by the students but equally there is a commitment and dedication from the staff and teachers to nurture this willingness into a flourishing of student potential.…

The voice of Tibet

By ylhund | May 22, 2019

The voice of Tibet Language is a powerful force, one that can equally connect and separate communities. The ability to use a language be it; English, Chinese, French, Spanish or German opens up an immeasurable world of opportunity. To be able to speak, communicate and understand not only gives an individual independence but the ability…

Interview with student (anonymous)

By ylhund | May 6, 2019

Interview with student (anonymous): “How was it that you came to Dharamsala?” I came to India in 2001 and spent some years studying English in different places but I finished my last two levels of English here in Dharamsala. “Why did you leave Tibet?” I left my home because of my family’s condition and the…