Kesang Tseten Lamais an award-winning filmmaker and writer who divides his time between New York City and Kathmandu, Nepal. His many films documenting life in Nepal include: We Corner People, winner of Best Nepali Documentary at the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival, 2007; On the Road with the Red God: Machhendranath, winner of Grand Prize at the Kendal Mountain Film Festival and Best Nepali Documentary of the Decade by the Nepal Motion Picture Association, 2005; and We Homes Chaps, featured in the 26th Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival, American Museum of Natural History, 2002. His film writing credits include Mukundo, for which he received the Best Script Award from the Nepal Motion Picture Association, 2001. He has been a writer and editor for the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Save the Children, and UNICEF and for Himal Magazine, Worldview (USA), Asia Magazine (Hong Kong), The Rough Guide to Nepal (UK), and The Kathmandu-Nepal Handbook. Kesang Tseten is also a Trustee of the Tashi Waldorf School in Kathmandu, a Rudolph Steiner school for Tibetan children. He is a graduate of Amherst College and the Columbia School of Journalism.

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