Tibetan Refugee Stories from Pokhara, Nepal

Two Tibetan refugees, one an ex-freedom fighter who helped escort the Dalai Lama to India when he escaped from the invading Chinese army and the other a housewife who fled as the army was destroying monasteries and killing monks by the thousands, tell their stories of escaping Tibet in 1959. Both now live near Pokhara, Nepal, in the Jampaling and Tashiling Tibetan refugee settlements.To read more about my round-the-world travels, visit my blog, https://holeinthedonut.com