Second session of Tibet Charity English language classes began today with a simple opening function. The function was attended by the students, one of the volunteers and the staff of Tibet Charity.
Ms Tenzin Tsephel, our coordinator, started the proceedings by welcoming the volunteers and the students. She offered special thanks to our two volunteers, one of whom could not attend the function, for coming all the way from their country to offer voluntary service to our students.
Mr. Adam W. Lickley from England then introduced himself and explained how happy he is to be here working for Tibet Charity. He said it is his first time working as a volunteer for a charitable organization though he has rich experience as a teacher teaching English as a second language. Mr. Nicholas F. Curran could not attend the function.
Mr. Tsering Thundup, the Director too thanked the volunteers for coming to teach our students. He requested the students to make the best use of their time here with us.
Though most of our students are new arrivals from Tibet, we also have many students from places such as Bhutan, Thailand, Mongolia and Himalayan regions of India.