Call Snow Lion is a new documentary series Tibet Foundation revealing a history of the Tibetan diaspora unresolved.
In 1949, the Chinese people’s Liberation Army entered the region of Eastern Tibet Kham creating unprecedented turmoil in 1959 led thousands of Tibetan movement in exile in India, Nepal and beyond.
Sixty years later, in 2010, we look back on the reality of the history of the Tibetan diaspora unstable, expectations, hopes and vision for the future.
From November 13, 2010, which takes you on a journey through India with a witness selected by past and current events – was born in Tibet, which has been a monk, a freedom fighter, a diplomat , representative of the Dalai Lama and a member of Parliament before founding a charity single he has been working successfully in the past 25 years, both in Tibet and in exile.
Beyond what we hear and what they tell us, we will look into the daily lives of people – young and old, monks and nuns, students and teachers, artists and musicians, ordinary people and officials, and many others, including professional writers and filmmakers.
We will try to take a look at this exciting community and discover the complexity between Tantric Buddhism and modern life, theocracy and democracy, and resignation and determination. The story is the eighth end of our trip, found an audience with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Also check out the Cry of Snow Lion.
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