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About the Author
Tendar Tsering is a freelance journalist based in Minnesota, U.S.A. Previously he had worked with The Minot Daily News, International Business Times, Headlines & Global News and phayul.com. He is also the editor of Tibet Telegraph, a blog that strives to bring the Tibetan journalism to new heights.
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My hearted melted with a drop of eyes falling down as I read the most important part of the story, the journey to India. The story I very much wanted to tell in my own, has been foretold by the voracious reader and budding writer Tendar in his own way of telling it.
Divided into chapters, his story visualizes how and why most of us left Tibet. The sequence was well laid and his attempt to be the voice of his own people who had crossed the snow-clad and often rugged mountainous road venturing away from the place of birth, didn’t go in vain. He had bitter experience but tells the story in the most humorous way to keep his readers with both feelings of sadness and jolly.
Despite being in United States, he still longs for his motherland where he has left his larger and perhaps bigger family than his own at the states.
The book is a vivid display of yearning for freedom and return to motherland. A must read by those who wants to understand the plight of a Tibetan refugee’s journey into “Gyagar Phakpay Yul” (The Noble land of India) specially for the new generations of Tibetans,who had not seen their country, new generations of Indians friends who thirst for learning new stories from the Land of Snow.
This is direct and honest story, who didn’t shy away from telling the truth even if its bitter, sad, and often humorous. The book is best for those who are growing up to know what happened to Tibet and how the new generations of Tibetans still flee and yearn to return after flee.
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