Herewith, a mid-journey post from Amy
Getting on the flight to Kathmandu, I already felt a bit overwhelmed. I have an ambitious agenda here for 11 days, in a somewhat unpredictable city, and I had just been in bed feeling gross with a cold two days before.
My goals here:
To get the teenaged Darnal kids enrolled in
Drawing the Tiger: The Next Chapter(s)
Scott and I are continuing our work with the Darnal family—we have completed a new film, have another one in the works, and are helping the kids complete their education. I left for Nepal last Tuesday to visit the family in their new home outside of Kathmandu. I will keep track
The final installment in our series about our Fall 2015 trip to Nepal
When we returned to Kathmandu after the village, we had one week left of our trip and it was PACKED.
We still had a screening at the US embassy, three suicide awareness workshops—one at Fulbright and two at government schools, a series
Drawing the Tiger Travels to Nepal: Part Two—We have returned! This is Part Two of our Nepal updates. If you did not receive Drawing the Tiger Travels to Nepal: Part One that we sent back in December, you can read it here . If you are busy and don’t have time to get caught up right now, we summarize the
On April 25th, 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal. If you wish to support relief efforts, we’ve listed a couple of organizations we believe are doing a good job.
General, Nepal-wide relief efforts:
To support the Darnal family directly, please
Today for your Tiger-Drawing pleasure, I present this guest blog from none other than Phil Wiltse, the fellow who introduced us to Nepal. Phil is one of those people you just don’t meet quite enough of in your lifetime.
Captain Wiltse joined us earlier this week at Bad Animals studios, where Drawing the Tiger’s audio is being mixed. Glad you
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