Sun, Apr 02|
Tenzin Tsundue Public Talk & Book Reading
TALKING TIBET, Tenzin Tsundue US Tour 2023. Tsundue lak will inform the community about the critical reality in Tibet and will read from his new book, Nang, Nowhere to Call Home.
Time & Location
Apr 02, 5:00 PM
Broomfield, 34 Garden Center, Broomfield, CO 80020, USA
Tenzin Tsundue is a Tibetan writer and activist, born and raised in India. He studied literature and philosophy at Madras and Bombay university. The award-winning writer has four books to his credit which have been translated into fifteen languages. His writing has inspired movies, books, and plays. Some of them have been anthologized and are being taught as part of the curriculum in universities in India and abroad. Tsundue combines activism and academia, and tours colleges all over India giving lectures on exile writing, resistance, culture, and identity. He conducts workshops in creative writing in English. If his speaking has toured him to 20 foreign countries including Germany, the US, and UK, Australia, and France, his protest actions have landed him in jail 16 times, including the one in Lhasa, Tibet. He wears a red bandana as a sign of his pledge for life to work for the freedom of Tibet. He is one of the most outspoken voices and activists for the cause of Tibet. He lives solely off his writing by selling his self-published books. Presently, he lives in Dharamshala, India