Hungarian Adventurer Follows Sándor Kőrösi Csoma’s Way to Tibet, Imprisoned in Pakistan

Exactly 200 years after Sándor (Alexander) Kőrösi Csoma, Hungarian philologist and Orientalist author of the first Tibetan–English dictionary completed his journey to Tibet in 1820, Hungarian engineer and cyclist Viktor Zichó planned an expedition to follow in the traveler’s footsteps with a recumbent bike. He aims to promote cycling in the East and is writing a diary of … Continue reading Hungarian Adventurer Follows Sándor Kőrösi Csoma’s Way to Tibet, Imprisoned in Pakistan