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My name is Mark Sobralske and I enjoy the mountains, Tibetan culture, photography, motorcycling, learning languages, and practicing Tibetan Buddhist meditation.  I practice traditional Chinese medicine and am the owner of Red Coral Acupuncture.  I also work as executive director of Himalaya Project NFP, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing Tibetan medical education and healthcare for underprivileged communities in the Trans-Himalayan region.
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  1. Daniel P. permalink
    January 20, 2012 1:43 pm

    Hey there. I’m currently attending school for Chinese Medicine in New York City. I’m basically paying for school as well as surviving off of student loans. I really want to volunteer and help out with indigenous communities around the world after I graduate, but I know I’m going to have to pay back all those loans someday. Any advice/guidance/tips?

    Thanks very much,
    Daniel P.

  2. October 7, 2014 4:42 am

    Hi Mark,

    you made this wonderful photo of the 8.Karmapa-Thanka. Is it possible that you send me a complete copy of this picture (with all the lamas at the top of the thanka) to my Email? That would be great.

    Thanks a lot.

    Cheers,

    Markus

  3. Ngawang Lhundup permalink
    November 9, 2015 7:53 am

    Hi Mr. Mark, I m from Tarap. I like your Dolpo pics. I studied in Dharamsala. One of the member of your org, Chime lama, I know her. She studied Tibetan in my college.

    • January 9, 2016 9:26 pm

      Ngawang, very cool! And also that you know Chime. All best to you!

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