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Talk with NPR's Bill Allred about troubled history and the future of Tibetan Buddhism

Last month, Radio West's host Bill Allred traveled through the Himalayas. He was profoundly affected by the peace-loving people he encountered there and by their stories of the destruction of the Buddhist way of life by the Chinese occupation of Tibet. He wondered: how is it possible for pacifists to stop the assimilation of  Read More 
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Radio Interview with Pistono on NPR's Open Spaces

WYOMING (WPR) - Matteo Pistono grew up in Wyoming, in Lander. His family was passionate about politics, and Pistono worked on environmental issues in the state. But in the late 90s, he decided to change course. He went to live in the Himalayas, to study Tibetan Buddhism. Pistono tells that story in his new book, In the Shadow of the Buddha. He tells Molly Messick that the decision to go to Tibet very quickly set him on a different kind of path.
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The Secular Buddhist's 30 minute Podcast interview of Matteo Pistono

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30 Minute Radio Interview with Matteo Pistono on The Chris Treece Show

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30 Minute Radio Interview with Matteo Pistono in Boulder on KGNU

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Joel Edelstein of KGNU radio in Boulder interviewed Matteo Pistono about the book, Tibet and China, and Pistono's own pilgrimage throughout the Himalayas.  Read More 
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