Executive producer and founder
Rebecca Novick is the executive producer and founder of The Tibet Connection. Rebecca’s activism with regard to Tibet began in 1991 when she attended a demonstration against the Chinese occupation. With her husband, she went on to write, produce, and co-direct the award-winning Tibet human rights documentary ‘Strange Spirit: One Country’s Occupation’. Over the years she has conducted hundreds of interviews with exiled Tibetans, particularly with survivors of torture and elders, recording their stories and experiences for posterity. She has written and edited a number of books on Tibetan Buddhism and culture, and has produced and edited numerous radio documentaries. Before founding The Tibet Connection, Rebecca co-hosted and produced the weekly radio program ‘Experience Talks’. She is currently based in the Tibetan community of Dharamsala, India, as The Tibet Connection’s Asia Correspondent.
See Rebecca’s pieces on our site
Rebecca’s latest blog posts on The Huffington Post:
- Is Russia Inventing a Ukrainian Refugee Crisis?
- Hitchhikers of Shangri-la: A Review of Pauline MacDonald’s Dharamsala Days, Dharamsala Nights
- China’s Top Political Advisor Woos Spanish Senate to Ensure End of Tibet Lawsuit
- The Piano Extremist: Maestro of Euromaidan
- Freedom, Justice and Love: China’s Day in Court