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Readers' Comments on "Remembering the First Rangzen Marcher – Jamyang Norbu"
Late one night in October 1988 I was woken by a telephone call from the United States. I was living in Japan then, teaching English and writing the occasional book review for the Japan Times. My twenty year...
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tibzee  

Location: Norway
Subject: Sad to reflect on his life
Sep 19 2008 05:13 PM

Rinpoche is indeed a menifestation of our struggle for freedom, and we should honor in his death and pray for his soul to reborn to lead again to free from the Chinese rule. Lets us remember him and pay our condolence to his family.
ttronan  

Location: toronto
Subject: truly a great man
Sep 18 2008 08:07 PM

i've to admit that until the news of his demise recently i had never heard much about him but now that i'm learning more and more about him, my admiration for hii'vem grows even more and more. its unfortunate that i'm getting to know about him only after his death. i would love to get my hand on his autobiography, probably on ebay as jamyang la suggests. my salute to the first rangzen marcher. the movement that he started will keep on going. rangzen will not fade away. bod gyalo.
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