Dear friends of Restored Voice Project,
Having been back in the USA for a few months, I am feeling back in the groove – though very much missing the Tibetans of Dharamsala!
Here are some updates for you:
I am about to launch a new site for the project, so this site has been and will continue to be under construction for a while!
Additionally, the book is well underway, with almost all of the interviews translated and transcribed by the fabulous Choekyi-la. She continues to provide clear and beautiful translations for the editing process that will turn interviews into narratives for the book.
Now that the writing and publishing are underway, this page will go from blog\-style to website-style, and there will be less exciting updates as there were before during the fundraising and research on the ground. However, stay tuned for releases of Restored Voice Project’s media: photography of the women and their home, and two videos of the ani-la of Dolma Ling praying together as a community and practicing their fiery dialectics!
Until then, enjoy your summer, monsoon, mango season, fishing season – whatever it is where you call home! RVP is working hard and thinking of you.
Cheers to forward movement!
Ani Yangchen takes a ride down the natural slide outside Dolma Ling, with intern Palden in line for the next go