Khando Langri has a poem, First as Body, Then as Metaphor, in What Meets the Eye? The Deaf Perspective.
Khando Langri (she/herམོ་) is a Hard of Hearing Tibetan of mixed lineages born in Huntingdon (UnitedKingdom) and raised in Tio’tia:ke (Montreal, Canada). During her undergraduate studies ,she completed an honours thesis on Tibetan Sign Language in which she explored tensions around language, disability, identity and place. She recently completed a master’s degree in social anthropology at the University of Oxford where she wrote about landscape, archive and memory within the Tibetan exiled community. Passionate about Tibetan land, life and textures, she loves writing about golden fish, mountains and grasslands.