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Readers' Comments on "Winds of Change - An Autobiography of a Tibetan"
This is a poem of pilgrimage and transformation as, through the evocative recollections of the Author, we journey across a dramatic and emotional landscape, one that exerts a profound resonance....
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Tibet4U  

Location: London, U.K.
Subject: WINDS OF CHANGE by Tsolrim N. Shakabpa
May 20 2011 08:07 PM

This is one book I couldn't put down. It is a fascinating story which begins in the snowy mountains of Tibet and ends in the concrete jungles of New York. The author is able to capsule his changing life in a poetic dance that captures the mind.
loga  

Location: kalimpong
Subject: winds of change - an autobiography
Mar 29 2006 01:04 AM

Siblings of the Shakapba family does not deserve credit for the good works done by Tsepon Shakabpa Wangchuk Dedhen. The younger generation if they are patriot like their father, should show their own credibility. If Shakabpa family still owe debt to the TGIE, they should consider it paying back now.
Apo Ho  

Location: India
Subject: Winds of Change by Shagab-pa
Nov 25 2005 05:49 AM

For once there is a Kuta who tells it like it is.

Well done Shagab-pai sey-kusho!
Daga Sarpa  

Location: India
Subject: Tsoltim Ngima Shakabpa
Nov 13 2005 10:11 AM

The Tibetan Government-in-Exile should honor Mr. Tsoltim Ngima Shakabpa with an award for being a Tibetan who is one of the foremost poet of modern times. Only a poetic genius could have written an entire autobiography in flowing poetry form and style.
Robert Cunningham III  

Location: U.S.A.
Subject: Winds of Change by Tsoltim Ngima Shakabpa
Nov 03 2005 09:42 AM

The review is a worthy tribute to a talented poet.
Thinley Akar  

Location: India
Subject: Tsoltim n. Shakabpa's WINDS OF CHANGE - AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A TIBETAN
Nov 02 2005 10:03 PM

The SHAKABPA family has once again come to the forefront of the literary world with this new and poignant book.

The book is a fascinating and humble account, written in flowing poetry, of the oscilating but remarkable life of a preeminent member of the Tibetan society.

My heartiest congratulations to both the Author and the Reviewer for a job well done.
Cho-kha-sum  

Location: Canada
Subject: WINDS of Change - An Autobiography of a Tibetan
Nov 02 2005 08:39 PM

Thank you, Mr. Bowe, for rendering such an accurate and fascinating review of the book written by Tsoltim Ngima Shakabpa, who bears the name of a family that has served Tibet and the Tibetans for centuries.

My colleagues and I are anxiously looking forward to reading the book.
Richard Kissinger  

Location: U.S.A.
Subject: Winds of Change - An Autobiography of a Tibetan
Nov 02 2005 08:27 PM

I am delighted to see that a Tibetan has written such a marvellous book.

I hope to learn more about the Author after reading his autobiography.
bodhpa  

Location: nyc
Subject: A Poet Par Excellence
Nov 02 2005 08:22 PM

Thank you Jeffery Bowe for your insightful and far-reaching review of "Winds of Change," the second book by the author. The literary talent and legacy of the Shakabpa family continues.
Dickie Pema  

Location: Nepal
Subject: Tsoltim Ngima Shakabpa's WINDS OF CHANGE
Nov 02 2005 08:21 PM

I think the Author is the son of the well-known Tibetan historian, Tsepon Wangchuk Deden Shakabpa. If he is, the book should be very interesting reading.

I will definately buy a copy.
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