‘My Name Is Tenzin, I Am Not Chinese’ is the debut book of Doring Tenzin Phuntsok which is a memoir of his college life in India was launched by former Exile Tibetan MP, Sharling Dhardon today. The book launch event took place at the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives in Dharamshala today at three of clock in the afternoon.
Dhardon, who was also the Chief guest at the event told at the launch of the book that the book is a kind of book that you would want to read all the time.
She commended Tenzin Phuntsok for being able write a book which takes a lot of determination and the hard work, perseverance given by the author to make launch of the book possible within a few months by an international publisher, Notionpress.
Sharling Dhardon also told at the launch that when she got the book three weeks ago, she went on to read it with much excitement of its flow as it dealt with the various activities and stages of his college life when he was involved extensively with pro-Tibet activities.
The event was witnessed by several western students and many Central Tibetan Administration staffs.
The author Doring Tenzin Phuntsok is an alumni of Tibetan Homes School, Mussoorie following which he joined Madras Christian college where he also presidentship of the Tibetan Students Association for many years. He is presently working at TCHRD(Tibetan Centre for Human Rights & Democracy), CTA Dharamshala.
More interestingly, the author has already started working with his second book which is about Mother and Son that is about himself in India while his mother is far away in Tibet. Best of luck!
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