Sing for Tibet on 10.10.10 is an opportunity to show that you really do care about Tibet. Take this opportunity, and support this campaign to let truth, justice, and peace prevail.
We sang the song three times. Then, after singing, we all shouted "Free Tibet!" three times.
The plan is to bring together a huge gathering of people for the cause of a free Tibet at two venues — in New York City and Brussels — to tell the world that Tibet is not forgotten.
The day 10.10.10 is a Sunday. We are expecting people to start congregating at the venues at 12 noon local time.
At the peak of the gathering, around 1 p.m. local time at the respective places, everybody will sing the theme song, written and composed by Tawo Lobsang Palden, and sung by Riga Tawo of Trinkhor, from Germany.
We would like to make this the loudest song ever sung. Get The mp3 version and lyrics of the song.
It was a peaceful gathering, with each supporter coming with an item that has to do with Tibet, or such as we have created on our merchandise page for the event — a T-shirt, a poster, a cap, etc.
The proceeds from the sale of the merchandise will be used in administrative works. Excess in funds will be used for other similar campaigns in the future.
The director of the event, Lobsang Wangyal, is an experienced producer of events. He has been producing different events since 2000, most of which were produced without outside funding. (His pockets have gotten flat over the years.)
The Director :)
the song video
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From the director:
I may not be there physically, but I will be there in spirit, and all my good wishes will be there. I tried to get to NYC but the US embassy denied me a visa. The Belgian visa is still being processed. (Exile Tibetans in India travel with Identity Certificate in place of a passport, issued by the Indian government.)
Finally I thank Tawo Lobsang Palden for the song and Tawo Riga for singing the song. My thanks to all the participants in Brussels and NYC for making the event a success, and to all who helped me in so many different ways. My mother Tsering Dolkar and younger brother Namgyal Wangchuk travelled from Vermont to NYC for the event.
— Lobsang Wangyal