Tibet Page Includes the current situation of Tibet,
common questions, an email form to write to President Clinton, Los Angeles Friends of
Tibet, a suggested reading list, contacts of organizations, Tibetan links, and more!
Tibetan-related pictures of interest!
Sangsara If Brian Eno
produced beautiful Italian arias in a Tibetan monastery, it could possibly sound like Sangsara.
"To realise these beautiful textures and tunes, Ken Lee has enlisted the help of
Esther and Connie (the vocalist and double-bass player, respectively) to make this one of
the most organic and haunting collection of songs we've had the pleasure of
reviewing." --Future Music Magazine (U.K.).
"I've had quite an interest in Tibet and its people since I was a small child.
However, it was not until my trip to Northern India that I met some Tibetan refugees
during my stay in Mussoorie. The stories that they told me moved me deeply, and those
feelings stayed with me while I was writing these songs." -Ken of Eleven Shadows.
Library Browse through miscellaneous Tibetan-related
articles of interest!
Los Angeles Friends of Tibet Los Angeles Friends of Tibet is a
non-profit organization devoted to promoting awareness of Tibet's endangered culture and
the anguish of the Tibetan people under Communist Chinese occupation. As a non-profit
organization, LAFOT is dedicated to presenting to the public Tibet's ancient
traditions of philosophy, art, and science; informing the public of the human rights and
environmental conditions of Tibet, and sharing Tibet's unique spiritual contributions to
universal peace. LAFOT has organized the Festival of Tibet, including the 1996
Pasadena event, in conjunction with the Dalai Lama's visit to Los Angeles, as
well as many other events.
The Tibet Connection Southern California's first ever radio program
inspired by Tibet. Once a month on KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles, 98.7 FM Santa
Barbara and streaming live worldwide on
Contact photographer/musician Ken Lee