Refugee No More

In 1989, Tenpa—a 17-year-old Tibetan refugee living in Dharamsala, India—wrote about his life in exile for the book, India Self Portrait (pages 80-82). After nearly three decades, Hermes House Press caught up with him in Canada, happily married and a proud father. A prolific writer then—and now—Tenpa recently had a collection of his beautiful poems published by Pig Mountain Publishing House (Between Dawn and the Birth of a Song). His story, and more, will appear in the second edition of India Self Portrait – coming Summer 2018.

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