After a long break, I am resuming my work related to the Tibetan community in India and Nepal and elsewhere in exile.
The Everyday Exile Project book is now available in both e-reader format and in print. You can find links to it at: My Bibliography
So...what next? is what I am in the process of figuring out!
Clearly my karma with the Tibetan community is not finished. There is work left to do, but the nature of that work, how I can be of best benefit, remains unclear.
The forthcoming features will be, for the most part, cultural, not political or activism related.
I am expecting many more photo essays, and in the long run, whether it be blog only or more books, to share more writing about this journey.
I very much want to share my experiences with Himalayan cultures, whether negative or positive, with the rest of the world.
If all goes well, I will be back in north India by October 2013. My "at the latest" goal is February 2014. The exact itinerary is unknown, but as before, I plan to visit Ladakh and Sikkim in addition to attending teachings by HH Dalai Lama in Dharamsala.
Because this blog is already established, I plan to keep the posts here and the main Everyday Exile page.
The new facebook page can be found at "Explore Tibetan Culture"
Thanks to everyone who has shown interest along the way, and hope you will continue to follow wherever this leads.