A Tibetan activist has undertaken a speaking tour to major Indian towns and cities such as Calcutta, Gawhati, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Vijaywada, Kollegal, Amchi Mumbai, Pune, and Delhi over the last month.
Tenzin Tsundue, Tibet activist and writer based in Dharamsala, northern India plans to continue his speaking tour to more Indian cities in the coming days.
During the tour, he primarily spoke on Tibet’s current situation, India-Tibet relations, and youth related issues at various Indian colleges, universities, and institutions. He also visited Tibetan schools and monasteries in the settlement areas and interacted with the audience by giving workshops to the respective students and monks.
VOA Tibetan's Table Talk invites Ngawang Choedak, President of Tibetan Students’ Association, Madras; Kunchok Dorji, Vice President of Vijawada Tibetan Students’ Association, and Tenzin Tsundue to discuss the impacts and influence of this latest campaign.