My grandfather leader of xinjiang

Kakek saya pemimpin Xinjiang

My grandfather Migyur Wang (mom’s side) was the ruler of Xianjiang. He is royalty and was from the Mongol Ruling family of that area. He has descended directly from Genghis Khan. He had left Xianjiang to Tibet and from Tibet immigrated to Taiwan. In Taiwan He settled. I saw him a few times in Taiwan when I was very young and before going to USA. I didn’t have much of a relationship with him. It was his wife, the Queen, Dechen Minh that loved me, was very affectionate towards me. I remember her very fondly and miss her. She is the grandmother every child would love to have. She brought me over to the US from taiwan hoping for a better life for me.

Tsem Rinpoche


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