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Dhi Lhaden's book, 'The Art of Passive Resistance', was released in 2008 and translated into English in 2015.

Lobsang Lhundup was born in 1971 at Dida Village in Pema County, Golog Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. At the age of 13, he was enrolled as a monk in the local monastery, and after two years he joined Serthar Larung Gar Monastery. After finishing his studies, he taught Tibetan language, history, and Buddhism; moving to Sera, Gaden, and Kirti monasteries to teach and pass on his wisdom. He has a wife and a young daughter, who are both immensely concerned for his wellbeing.

As an intellectual and writer, Lhundup wrote and published a number of books and articles under the pen name Dhi Lhaden. Following the 2008 Tibetan protests, he wrote a book entitled 'The Art of Passive Resistance' , in which he was critical of the Chinese Communist Party rule in Tibet. The book was translated into English in 2015 by the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy, and was reportedly used as evidence in his trial.

Information in this article provided by Tibet Watch.