We have been honoured by the collaboration and support of key figures of the Tibetan diaspora, involved in the cultural preservation as well as the activist and political struggle.
Each of them deserves a lot more time and exposure than we were able to provide in a short documentary format…therefore, we invite you to consult the list below, which features links to their respective websites.
Central Tibetan Administration, Tibetan government-in-exile, Dr.Lobsang Sangay, Tibetan Prime Minister
Central Tibetan Administration, Tibetan government-in-exile, Dicki Chhoyang, Information and International Relations Minister
Tenzin Tsundue, Writer and activist, Executive Director of Friends of Tibet
Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts & Tibetan Folk Museum, The premiere exile institute entrusted with the responsibility of preserving and promoting Tibet’s unique tradition of performing arts.
Norbulingka Institute for preservation of the Tibetan culture. Norbulingka is dedicated to handing down of Tibet’s artistic tradition by providing training, education and employment for Tibetans.
Department of Religion and Culture, Central Tibetan Administration, N.Choedak, Secretary, Department of Religion and Culture
Namgyal Monastery, Dalai Lama Temple, Dharamsala, M.Lobsang, Secretary
Students for a Free Tibet, Dorjee Tseten, Director, Students for a Free Tibet – Asia
Canada Tibet Committee, Carole Samdup, Executive Director and founder
Dorit Dornier, Art gallery owner, collector and artist
The Tibetan Resettlement Project Ottawa. 1000 Tibetan refugees living in India will be relocating to Canada. Barb Haddad, Norman Steinberg and Lynn Pfeffer are part of the volunteer group who will be welcoming the new Canadians and sponsoring them during their first year in Canada.
Sara Lewis, PhD, University of Columbia, USA, Author: ‘From Social Suffering to Social Resilience: Buddhism and Coping in the Tibetan Exile Community’
Tomoyo Ihaya, Visual artist, Vancouver, Canada
Hong Kong Stand with Tibet, Dorothy Hui – Founder, Art teacher – Tibetan Youth Media Program
Phayul, Online news source about Tibet. Sherab Woeser, Editor-in-chief
Tibetan Children’s Villages, Tenzin Rangdol, Secretary