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The content on this page was made possible thanks to the cooperation of the Himalayan Arts and Culture Series.

Follow along as Pema and Tashi, the ladies of Himalayan Pantry in Queens, NY, show how to make khapsey, a popular and beloved Tibetan cookie/biscuit made during celebrations like Losar.

This video was created in partnership with Tashi Chodron and the Himalayan Pantry, Inc. Special credit and thanks to Ugen Palden, Pema Pemcho, Tashi Chodron, and Globus Photography (IG:@scottglobus).

Momo Maven Tashi Chodron demonstrates how to make momo (Tibetan dumplings). This workshop originally aired as part of Tibet House U.S.’s Himalayan Art & Culture Series. Learn more and sign up for their next event on February 27th.

Special credit and thanks to Tibet House, Beata,Tenzin, and Jennifer @ Peace Meditation Cushion.

Students from YindaYin Coaching introduce gorshey and teach a simple dance for viewers to follow along. This workshop was originally presented by YindaYin Coaching during the Rubin Museum’s Losar program.

This video was created in partnership with YindaYin Coaching and Rubin Museum of Art. Special thanks to Tashi Chodron for helping us obtain this footage!

Enjoy additional content:

  • Click the image below to enjoy beautiful Tibetan opera and dance, featuring Tsering Wangmo Satho, Artistic Director and Co- founder of Chaksampa, a Tibetan Dance and Opera Co. Learn more about Chaksampa.

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