Photographer Phil Borges returns to Tibet to profile some of the people living in one of the most fragile ecosystems on Earth.
Emily Strasser visits with a Tibetan monk in India who’s putting tonglen meditation into practice to help the children in his community.
Matthieu Ricard’s annual report of the 120 projects and work of Karuna-Shechen, which focuses on humanitarian work in the Himalayan region.
In a recent Q&A, musician/artist Laurie Anderson discussed her new hobby – painting. She has an upcoming show, “Forty-Nine Days in the Bardo.”
Amy Logan of The Coaches Training Institute shares an inspiring story of how Co-Active leadership training is empowering Tibetan refugees.
Robert Thurman on the political resignation of the Dalai Lama, and the relationship between Buddhist scholastics and practice.
Heidiminx shares videos from her series on Tibetan ex-political prisoners’ tattoos, featuring Pasang Dorjee.
Journalist Adam Perry speaks to Johanna Demetrakas, director of Crazy Wisdom: A Film About the Life and Times of Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche.
Rod Meade Sperry reports on “Pure Sounds” by The Gyuto Monks Of Tibet, nominated for Best Traditional World Music Album at the Grammy’s.
Crazy Wisdom: The Life and Times of Chögyam Trungpa, Rinpoche has its premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, 2011.