Cultural Center and the Snow Lion restaurant are hosting the
Taste of Tibet on January 25, 2003 at 6 p.m. This
event features a feast of Tibetan food prepared by the resident
monks of the Tibetan Cultural Center. We ask for a $15 donation
($12 for seniors/students and TCC members). However, no one
will be turned away if he cannot pay.
to providing a meal of traditional Tibetan food such as momos
(meat dumplings), thugpa (noodle soup), fried rice and tsel (salad),
the TCC and the Snow Lion will present the premiere showing of
Little Potato, a video featuring the story of little
Tibetan monk who entered Drepung Gomang Monastery in south India.
The question posed by the video is Why would a little
boy wish to give up his favorite toy and leave his family to
become a monk?
was created by twelve-year old Chaille Stovall who also created
the video Looking for God. In that video, Chaille interviewed
famous personages of all the worlds great religions asking
them who they thought God really was. Featured among the interviews
was His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama of Tibet who spoke
to Chaille during his visit to the TCC in 1999 when he came to
perform the Kalachakra for World Peace.