Filmmaker Tashi Wangchuk followed Tsering Dorjee, exiled Tibetan folk artist, for about six months with a camera to make a film about displaced Tibetans in exile.  This film is a real life story about Dorjee and his initiative in passing down centuries-old Tibetan literature and performing arts that are being erased inside Tibet to the Tibetan younger generation in the San Francisco Bay area.  He does this through the community’s Sunday school and the school’s annual day event, which serves the younger generation who were born and raised in the US.

Produced in 2014 by Archaeological Legacy Institute

Copyright 2014 by Archaeological Legacy Institute

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