Newsletters
Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2007 ISSUE-3

Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2007 ISSUE-3

After an immense amount of bureaucracy and effort, this year has finally seen the establishment of Lo Kunphen as a registered vocational school under the national Counci...
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Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2008 ISSUE-4

Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2008 ISSUE-4

Once again, the Lo Kunphen annual school newsletter contains a mixture of news, photographs and selected pieces of writing and artwork from the students. A few of the hi...
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Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2010 ISSUE-6

Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2010 ISSUE-6

  • First CAA graduate: This has been a landmark year for Lo Kunphen, with the first successful graduate from the Kangjinpa amchi course, Rinzin Wangmo, receiving her certif...
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Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2009 ISSUE-5

Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2009 ISSUE-5

This has been another busy year for Lo Kunphen. The eight students in class 10 have been studying very hard for the end of course kangjinpa theory examination and their School Leaving Certificate (...
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Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2004 ISSUE-1

Lokunphen Newsletter Spring-2004 ISSUE-1

As a way of enabling the students of Lo Kunphen to keep in touch with sponsors of the school, we will be producing a twice yearly newsletter, containing a selection of ...
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We believe amchi medicine emphasises disorders as they
manifest in the relationship between body, mind and soul, especially on the mind aspect of disorders. For Sowa Rigpa practitioners and followers of Buddhism, ignorance is the root cause of all diseases.
Lo Kunphen aims to provide a culturally appropriate free education and professional opportunities to children from poor families in mountain communities, and in particular to maintain and develop the tradition of amchi (Tibetan) medicine. Donations are welcome.