On Sprouts today, this week’s stories from The Tibet Connection: China’s cyberhacking scandal and what it means for you; a new series, From Where I Sit, where young Tibetans speak their mind; profile of a Tibetan photographer; and some unexpected supporters turn up for Tibet Lobby Day at the Houses of Parliament in
London.

SPECIAL REPORT: CHINA’S CYBER WAR & MORE
Senior Producer Christal Smith, speaks with Tibet Action Institute’s Lhadon Tethong
about the latest developments in Tibet, including the disturbing rise in
self-immolations, the destruction of the ancient Tibetan capital and China’s
cyberhacking scandal.

FROM WHERE I SIT: TIBETANS SPEAKING OUT: Part 1
“Pocket Money” – The launch of our new series where we give the microphone to
young Tibetans around the world and let them speak their minds. This month we
hear from a young Tibetan man from Boston,Tenzing Jampa.

THE UNEXPECTED LOBBYISTS:  Executive Producer Rebecca Novick visits the Houses of Parliament in the United Kingdom to learn about Tibet Lobby Day, organized by a coalition of Tibet Support Groups, spearheaded by Tibet Society UK. There she meets a young couple from Canton, China, who are learning another side to the Tibetan
story.

PERFECTLY FINE: Our Delhi correspondent, Thupten Kelsang Dakpa
produces a profile on Tenzin Dakpa, an up and coming Tibetan fashion
photographer, who feels ‘perfectly fine’ without an identity crisis.

More at www.tibetconnection.org

Credits:

Produced by:
Christal Smith, Ken Lee in Los Angeles,
Rebecca Novick, Thupten Kelsang Dakpa in New Delhi, India
Music: “Auspicious Star” by Techung;
“Alone and Together” by No Clear Mind; “Heaven” by Flying Lotus; “Rockin’ in the
Free World” by Neil Young; “Ascension” by Liquid Shaman; also, music from the
Hilite Tribe.

ON Sprouts | June 6, 2013 | 12:00 pm

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On Sprouts today, this week’s stories from The Tibet Connection: China’s cyberhacking scandal and what it means for you; a new series, From Where I Sit, where young Tibetans speak their mind; profile of a Tibetan photographer; and some unexpected supporters turn up for Tibet Lobby Day at the Houses of Parliament in
London.

SPECIAL REPORT: CHINA’S CYBER WAR & MORE
Senior Producer Christal Smith, speaks with Tibet Action Institute’s Lhadon Tethong
about the latest developments in Tibet, including the disturbing rise in
self-immolations, the destruction of the ancient Tibetan capital and China’s
cyberhacking scandal.

FROM WHERE I SIT: TIBETANS SPEAKING OUT: Part 1
“Pocket Money” – The launch of our new series where we give the microphone to
young Tibetans around the world and let them speak their minds. This month we
hear from a young Tibetan man from Boston,Tenzing Jampa.

THE UNEXPECTED LOBBYISTS:  Executive Producer Rebecca Novick visits the Houses of Parliament in the United Kingdom to learn about Tibet Lobby Day, organized by a coalition of Tibet Support Groups, spearheaded by Tibet Society UK. There she meets a young couple from Canton, China, who are learning another side to the Tibetan
story.

PERFECTLY FINE: Our Delhi correspondent, Thupten Kelsang Dakpa
produces a profile on Tenzin Dakpa, an up and coming Tibetan fashion
photographer, who feels ‘perfectly fine’ without an identity crisis.

More at www.tibetconnection.org

Credits:

Produced by:
Christal Smith, Ken Lee in Los Angeles,
Rebecca Novick, Thupten Kelsang Dakpa in New Delhi, India
Music: “Auspicious Star” by Techung;
“Alone and Together” by No Clear Mind; “Heaven” by Flying Lotus; “Rockin’ in the
Free World” by Neil Young; “Ascension” by Liquid Shaman; also, music from the
Hilite Tribe.

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