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Japanese artist Rima Fujita reads her children's books at the Tibetan Festival on October 3. It is a whole day festival with food, dance, art, crafts and prayers at the Jacques Machais Museum. Her reading will start from 3pm and we will read in English and Tibetan. Lama Pema Wangdak who received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor this year will read the Tibetan part. He is also the one who told me the lovely story of wisdom for my first book, Wonder Talk. I hope you can join
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