VOA Interviews: Kusho Pedor, Volunteer Principal, Tibetan School of New York City i
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January 11, 2013 6:52 PM
For the last 17 years, Venerable Pema Dorje, known to most Tibetans as Kusho Pedor, has volunteered in various educational, social and religious programs at the Tibetan community of New York and New Jersey. As a volunteer teacher and the principal of Tibetan Language and Cultural School, he has worked to strengthen the cultural identity and language skills of hundreds of children in the area.

VOA Interviews: Kusho Pedor, Volunteer Principal, Tibetan School of New York City

Published January 11, 2013

For the last 17 years, Venerable Pema Dorje, known to most Tibetans as Kusho Pedor, has volunteered in various educational, social and religious programs at the Tibetan community of New York and New Jersey. As a volunteer teacher and the principal of Tibetan Language and Cultural School, he has worked to strengthen the cultural identity and language skills of hundreds of children in the area.