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Tenzin Tsundue, a Tibetan Poet and Activist based in Dharamsala, north India met with Chinese and Indian poets at the Poetry Recitation Program held at India International Centre, New Delhi on August 6, 2014.

The meeting of the poets were organized by Empowering the Vision and the Raed Leaf Poetry-India.

Tsundue read two of his poems titled "When it Rains in Dharamsala" and "Tibetanness"

Professor Wang Ping, an environmental-activist who lives in the United States with her husband read her poem titled "Lobsang". Lobsang was her Tibetan driver when she visited Lhasa in 2007. She also displayed prayer flag banners written with messages on protection of rivers particularly Ganga in India, Yangtse in China, and Mississippi in the US.