Shambhala: The Road Less Travelled in Western Tibet (with region 6 DVD may work on computer) : Product DescriptionIn Shambhala, Laurence travels to Lhasa, where he obtains an ancient Buddhist scripture entitled Shambhala Sutra, stolen from Tashilumbo Monastery. By following Shambhala Sutra as a road map, Laurence goes on the road to look for the kingdom of Shambhala as described in the sutra. As he travels deeper into the harsh regions of Tibet, he finds that Shambhala Sutra has led him on a journey to discover the kingdom of Shambhala within his heart. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. About the AuthorLaurence J Brahm is a lawyer and political economist by profession. He has spent over two decades advising multinational corporations regarding their investments in China, and negotiating on their behalf. He is a pioneer of culturally sustainable heritage restoration in Beijing, having helped conserve historic neighborhoods and sections of the Great Wall. Author of numerous books on China and Asia, Brahm writes a weekly column in Hong Kong's 'South China Morning Post'. He is viewed by many as a barometer of China's economic and political environment. Since 2002, Brahm has devoted most of his time to producing and directing a series of film features and documentaries featuring Tibet. During this time, he wrote a series of travelogues which includes 'Searching for Shangri-la', 'Road to Shambhala', and 'New Age Sutra'. In 2005, he established the Shambhala Foundation. Shambhala Foundation promotes ethnic diversity and supports culturally sustainable development models that include monastery restoration, construction of schools, developing medical clinics, as well as entrepreneurial training in the Tibetan regions of western China. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.