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Gyatsho Tshering, former director of the Library of Tibetan Works & Archives and a respected scholar, passed away on June 25, 2009 at a hospital in Minneapolis, MN, after a brief illness...
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pedhma  

Location: Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
Subject: Condolence
Jul 04 2009 03:08 AM

If I am not mistaken,Gyatso Tsering-la was the director of Pintso-khang in Ghanchen Kyishung.So he was Dora Lama's older brother.I hope I am wrong here.But should I be right; here is my heart felt condolence to you(Dora Lama) and your family.As you can see from various comments passed by many, that, Gyatso la was loss not only to you and your family;he was a great loss to the Tibetan community as well.Sorry for the loss.A friend.
Hiawatha  

Location: Madison, Wi
Subject: Will be missed
Jul 01 2009 10:12 AM

It is with great sadness to learn of the passing away of Gyatso Tsering-la. His dedication and service for Tibet will always be remembered with deep appreciation. Buchung Tsering-la in his obituary expressed all the deserving sentiments. I had the honor of visiting him just few weeks ago at his home. May he continue to have fortunate human rebirths to continue his own legacy. My deepest condolences to his family
palmo16  

Location: Dhasa
Subject: We will remember you.
Jun 30 2009 08:30 PM

We all Tibetan will miss you always, I have not seen you personally, but got to hear about you from my colleagues and read many messages to you in book by your well wishers and friends. From that message only one can imagine, how dedicated, helpful and kind person you are. You have been a great inspiration and will be for all Tibetan. I personally want to thank Bhuchung la for putting this brief history about Gyatso la and making us aware and realize that we are going to miss one of the eminent people among us. My good wishes for his family.
YigaLhamo  

Location: U.S.A
Subject: PaLa
Jun 29 2009 11:25 PM

Pa la will be always remembered & Cherished in my heart :)
lotennamling  

Location: bern
Subject: Kind man
Jun 29 2009 12:56 PM

I am sad to hear that Gyatso la has passed
away. I remember his as a kind and dignified man. He was soft spoken and always helpful to anyone.His contribution to Tibetan culture is Huge. I pray for him.
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