‘Kid 382’ to Screen at Southern Vermont College
Thondup Tsering, a community organizer from Amherst, will offer a presentation, entitled ‘Kid 382,’ at Southern Vermont College on Wednesday, April 9 (originally scheduled for March 12). The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place at 6:30 p.m. in Hunter Hall’s Greenberg Atrium. A reception will follow where guests may personally speak with Tsering.
Tsering’s presentation is a story of a Tibetan refugee boy and of Tibet and the work of the Tibetan Children’s Village, the largest Tibetan Non-Governmental Organization in India, which cares for over 15,000 refugee children.
Through his own hard work and the support of strangers, Kid 382 works his way from the streets of India to a professional career in the United States. For more information, contact SVC’s Office of Communications at 802-447-6388 or