Tibetan Spring

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Yangchen and her family are Tibetan refugees living a simple life in Nepal. Often, her High Lama grandfather would tell her stories of the wonders of Tibet before he had to cross over to Nepal to escape the crackdown of Chinese authority. This was a special time for Yangchen as she loved her grandfather dearly and the stories he would tell her. Just prior to his passing, and with a weakened voice, he awakes from a dream re-counting that she crosses over to Tibet.

Suddenly, Yangchen had purpose in her life, and because of his sacred dream, she realizes she must go. Having received a smartphone for her eighteenth birthday and inspired by her grandfather’s dream and her own self-determination, she posts a curious message on a Tibetan refugee website mobilizing fellow refugees to accompany her on the treacherous journey to Tibet. By doing so, Yangchen unintentionally changes the course of Tibetan history.

About the Author: Mark Stephen Levy made adventure travel to off the beaten places his life’s precedence. He loved anywhere and everywhere in Asia, but it was the mystical and other worldly Tibet that stirred him the most. Not only for this story, but for his life. Mark is originally from Los Angeles and makes Denver, Colorado his home.


  • Paperback: 186 pages
  • Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2020)
  • Author: Mark Stephen Levy
  • ISBN-13: 9789389932461
  • Product Dimensions:  12.7 x 1 x 20.3 cm

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