VOA Interviews: LingTsa Tsetan Dorjee, Peace Marcher, Activist and Writer i
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February 26, 2013 8:51 PM
LingTsa Tsetan Dorjee has so far published four books in Tibetan on various topics and also regularly writes opinion pieces in Tibetan on various on social and political issues. A year from now, he left his family and children in Israel and led a peace march from Dharamsala to Tibet. But the Nepalese authorities have arrested him on his way to Tibet and imprisoned him for over nine months before releasing him few weeks back. This year again, on the occasion of Tibetan National Uprising day, he is determined to do a peace march from Dharamsala to Tibet and is calling on the fellow Tibetans to join him for this endeavor. He says the aim of his peace march to Tibet is to launch the struggle right inside Tibet itself.

VOA Interviews: LingTsa Tsetan Dorjee, Peace Marcher, Activist and Writer

Published February 27, 2013

LingTsa Tsetan Dorjee has so far published four books in Tibetan on various topics and also regularly writes opinion pieces in Tibetan on various on social and political issues. A year from now, he left his family and children in Israel and led a peace march from Dharamsala to Tibet. But the Nepalese authorities have arrested him on his way to Tibet and imprisoned him for over nine months before releasing him few weeks back. This year again, on the occasion of Tibetan National Uprising day, he is determined to do a peace march from Dharamsala to Tibet and is calling on the fellow Tibetans to join him for this endeavor. He says the aim of his peace march to Tibet is to launch the struggle right inside Tibet itself.