There’s a new documentary movie out, about a Tibetan geshe’s search for the reincarnation of his deceased teacher. It’s called “Unmistaken Child,” and was produced by an Israeli film crew over a period of six years in India and Tibet. The movie was well received at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival and has just... Read more »
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In 1977, Toronto’s first Tibetan store opened, in a renovated white bungalow on the south side of Scollard Street in Yorkville. The proprietor was Tashi Lhanendapo. At that time, there were very few Tibetans living in Ontario, let alone Toronto. The few who had moved here from their landing place in Montreal in 1971 had... Read more »
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When Panchen Otrul Rinpoche returned to Toronto from Lindsay, he bestowed the Yamantaka initiation. Since the hall at Tengye Ling was too small for the event, a room was rented on the top floor of the Library Sciences tower in Robarts Library on the U of T campus nearby. Throughout the entire second day of... Read more »
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In 1992, Panchen Otrul Rinpoche visited Toronto. He gave a number of teachings and initiations at Tengye Ling Tibetan Buddhist Temple and was then heading off to Lindsay to visit a number of Tibetan families who lived there. I volunteered to drive him and several Tibetans who were accompanying him. I picked everybody up on... Read more »
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