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Comment by TAZA on August 14, 2009 at 2:56am
It is just wonderful, thank you.
Osho states rather difficult Tibet retirns to be free from chinese communist invasion.
Every time I hear Osho speaking on Tibet, Bardo Todol - which I am recording musically - and the invasion, a shed of tear comes unto my eyes. 7 years on tibet, with brad Pitt, and KUNDUN are some of my unfortunately let's say special films.
Comment by Fire Fly FROM the Dark on May 28, 2009 at 10:13am
Songs for Tibet - Art of Peace Foundation "Freedom is Expression" As a show of solidarity with the Dalai Lama and Tibet, 20 artists have come together to release this historic double album on the eve of the Beijing Olympics. These recordings - some original for the project and some acoustically driven recordings of previously released songs - express our common vulnerabilities and experiences in pursuing happiness, peace and freedom. Collectively, these tracks represent a heartfelt message of support for the path of compassion and non-violence championed by the Dalai Lama. Begun in May of 2008 and completed in two months, the outpouring of support from all corners of the world was unparalleled. Funds raised from the album by the Foundation will go to support peace initiatives and Tibetan cultural preservation projects important to the Dalai Lama.

As the start of the Bejing Olympics nears, we applaud the athletes and the people of China in their accomplishment.

Unfortunately promises made by the Chinese Government to the I.O.C. have been broken over and over, including China's promise to remove the "Great Firewall of China" which blocks access to the internet and information.

Journalists who are reporting on the Olympics are still being blocked and hindered as of today.
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