Skip to main content

Rethinking Tibetan Indentity

In Tibetan refugee settlements in rural South India, we drove for what seemed a short eternity past scattered clusters of whitewashed mud-brick bungalows covered with clay tiles and vast stretches of cleared farmland, ready for planting. Along the roadside, wild flowers, red, orange, yellow, grew in profusion.

Read Full Article

Support the Folklife Festival, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, sustainability projects, educational outreach, and more.