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Two Journeys Into the World of Tibet by Mindy C. Reiser

The Washington Independent Review of BookS
Two Journeys Into the World of Tibet Reviewed by Mindy C. Reiser

Few international issues have drawn such widespread and sustained popular concern as the cause of Tibetan religious and cultural rights. The struggle for Tibetan freedom and self determination, waged now in the face of an increasingly assertive China, has attracted the support of such well known figures as South African Bishop Desmond Tutu, Czech dissident and man of letters Vaclav Havel, and Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel. Richard Gere, Hollywood star and activist, a tireless promoter of Tibetan human rights, serves as chair of the International Campaign for Tibet.  Read More 
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The Secular Buddhist's 30 minute Podcast interview of Matteo Pistono

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Tibetan Pilgrimage slide show and talk for the Jim Ratz Memorial Scholarship Fund

Seventy five folks attended my "Tibetan Pilgrimage" slide show and talk in Lander at the historic Noble Hotel. The evening was a benefit for the Jim Ratz Memorial scholarship fund which sends two Fremont County high schoolers up the Grand Teton with Jackson Hole Mountain Guides-a very worth while venture!  Read More 
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Groupon Fails To Curry Favor With Americans, Tibetans or Chinese

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Groupon Fails To Curry Favor With Americans, Tibetans or Chinese
By Matteo Pistono Monday, February 8, 2011

Americans know the Chinese government is destroying Tibet’s Buddhist culture. And the American public likes a good deal when it comes to dining out.

Yesterday, during the Super Bowl, the online coupon dealer Groupon ran an advertisement stating exactly that.

Why did Groupon pay 3 million dollars to run a thirty second ad that combines the suffering of Tibetan Buddhists with a cheap meal?  Read More 
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Tibetans: religious freedom. Americans: cheap food-by The Cheapskate Intellectual

Not knowing one end of a football field from the other — except when it comes to Auburn vs. Alabama — I don’t watch the Super Bowl. But the news-clip crawl across the top of my email account this morning made me  Read More 
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30 Minute Radio Interview with Matteo Pistono on The Chris Treece Show

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