That time those Chinese folks tried to hijack the Karmapa in America

Picture of Ogyen Trinley Dorje, who needs to tell us more about his plans for the birthplace of the Karmapa in America

“I’d hate to see what these people are going to do at Wadsworth, Illinois.”

Mickey continues.

“Just ask the people of Woodstock, New York, about what happened with their historic Mead House.”

Caroline responds.

“My biggest issue with the stupa project is that it won’t reflect the diversity of the Karmapa in America experience.”

Caroline continues.

“So far it appears Ogyen Trinley Dorje has made no effort to reach out to anyone outside his supporters in the Chinese community here and abroad basically.”

Caroline adds.

“Repeating the exact same mistake he made with Woodstock, New York, not being transparent, not being more inclusive, the list of complaints about the place has no end.”

End scene. Fini.

A performance of the Naropa Prairie Dog Players for your entertainment pleasure

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4 responses to “That time those Chinese folks tried to hijack the Karmapa in America

  1. Isadore

    Yes, but the western KTD lamas are happy to assert that they are mere shadows in comparison to their Asian counterparts.

    Westerns have been hypnotized into thinking that they are second rate simply because they are not Eastern.

    I wouldn’t ask a Tibetan to fix this problem. It’s up to us. Otherwise it’s like asking a man to fix sexism.

    We gotta take back the streets!!!!

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