A news reporter based at Channel 5 in West Palm Beach, Florida, Drew Goodstein, caught the spirit of Ambassadors for World Peace and those who Walk for Tibet. He was able to arrange an exclusive interview with Mrs. Kunyang Norbu, wife of late Rinpoche Dr. Thubten Norbu and mother of late Jigme Norbu. The interview took place at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, where the Norbu family were frequent guests of late artist Ann Norton, a longtime supporter of the Tibetan cause.
The Gardens is also where the Memorial Tribute to Jigme Norbu and Walk Completion Ceremony was held February 26, 2011 after the 300 mile Walk for Tibet Florida.
Mrs. Norbu spoke of the lifelong efforts of Dr. Norbu and Jigme-la and the many Walks for Tibet taking place this summer to keep the dream of Tibetan independence and culture alive. Please support or join these walks, or help in any way you can to keep the flames of Tibetan & all human freedom burning bright! Thank you in advance.
June 22-July 4- NYC to Washington DC
July 19-25- Cape Cod to Boston
July 24- Miami to Key West
July 24 for 2 weeks- Australia
I (Donna) will be joining the Walk for Tibet group arriving from New York City as it arrives into Washington DC on July 4, in honor of Jigme’s vision and future plans for Ambassadors for World Peace.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama will be in Washington DC upon our arrival, facilitating a sacred Buddhist ceremony, the Kalachakra, for the last time. Many Tibetans and Buddhists are expected to converge on Washington at this time for this special event.