Myth & Memory: Untold Stories of Bhutan
Over the years, Tshering Tashi has developed a uniquely personal style of commentary within the writing scene in Bhutan. Using traditional forms of storytelling to explain the historical background that often “finds reflection in contemporary social conflicts and dilemmas, he thereby encourages a more thoughtful and holistic view of current affairs. His well-researched and in-depth background narratives, subtly connected, add deeper social, political and cultural perspectives to the stories behind the headlines.
In teasing out these historical threads that colour the essence of many current issues, he reminds the reader that the past is father to the present, and that many contemporary issues can usefully be reviewed, discussed, revisited, and possibly redefined with a clear eye on traditional approaches to conflict resolution.
A presentation will be given by Tshering and Wai-ching.
Tshering Tashi is the author of Gongzim Ugyen Dorji the King's Aide, Diplomat par Excellence and Mysteries of the Raven Crown. He co-authored Symbols of Bhutan and Bold Bhutan Beckons. Tshering is a board director of Royal Society for the Protection of Nature (www.rspnbhutan.org) and CEO of Jojos Adventure Bhutan (www.jojos.com.bt).
Wai-ching Lee is an intuitive healer, modern mystic. Professionally, as a certified Holistic Health Counselor and Therapist, she integrates communing with nature spirits, with energy medicine and nutritional/culinary consulting. An intrepid traveller and chronicler, she was a columnist and contributing journalist to Her World, Spa Odyssey, Spa Asia, The Daily Planet, and LOHAS. She is currently working on a book on energy/quantum medicine and healing. Her website is at: www.Creative-healing-arts.org
Date and Time
Saturday, 18th January 2014, 4:00pm
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