Tsengdok Rinpoche was born in Amdo Rebkong in Tibet. He began studying the
Chinese and Tibetan languages at Jim Mo Primary School in his village.
Rinpoche became a monk in 1989 at Rebkong Rongpo Monastery in Amdo Rebkong
in Tibet and started his education in Buddhism. Rinpoche arrived at Gaden
Jangtse Monastery in India on Buddha's Enlightenment Day in 1994.
In 2004, Tsengdok Rinpoche graduated at Gaden Jangtse Monastery in India
with Pelshenrimgimba. He offered Geshe Dongdo at Gaden Jangtse Monastery in
the same year.
Since 2004, Rinpoche has travelled extensively to promote Buddhism
education, and he has been to many countries, including Nepal, Thailand,
Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, and Canada.
Tsengdok Rinpoche finally settled down in Vancouver, Canada in 2005, and
Tsengdok Monastery was established in Vancouver in 2007.
Tsengdok Monastery is open to the public. This Monastery, which is sponsored
by one of Rinpoche's disciples, offers classes, spiritual release and Tsok
on a regular basis.