Just when it felt like all news on Tibet was getting sadder, Shapaley dropped “Tsampa” this Wednesday on Lhakar.
Guest post by Carole MCGRANAHAN, University of Colorado. (The original academic article with footnotes and bibliography can be found and downloaded here at http://www.haujournal.org/index.php/hau/article/view/65) What does ethnographic theory look like in dialogue with… Continue reading
For the past few weeks we here at Lhakar Diaries have been following the Kickstarter campaign for “Bringing Tibet Home,” a film with familiar faces documenting a brilliant art installation by Tenzing Rigdol… Continue reading
This Lhakar, I’m working on putting together a Comic Book Workshop at the Rubin Museum with other Tibetan students from Columbia. We’re all part of a group called Plateau Engage – essentially, we’re… Continue reading
[Guest post by Tenzin Nio] The wall, as black as midnight and with painstakingly delicate gold details, foretold ancient wisdoms of the divine beings. Fierce looking wrathful deities rose out of their flames… Continue reading