གཟའ་ཕུར་བུ། ༢༠༢༤/༠༧/༡༨

Kunleng TV: Dealing With Collective Trauma in Tibetan Society

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Since China's invasion in the 1950s, Tibetans have experienced waves of political and social dislocation and turmoil. Once an isolated nation, generations of Tibetans have now experienced collective trauma as a consequence of political persecution, economic dispossession, forcible exile, imprisonment and torture. This week's Kunleng explores the impact of this collective trauma with Dr. Lobsang Rabgey, a medical doctor and professor at UCLA trained in both traditional Tibetan Buddhist philosophy and Western psychical analysis.

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