Here’s a roundup of some of the latest goings-on related to Shambhala International and to dharma in today’s world.
Jim Gimian conducted a video interview with Khyentse Yangsi Rinpoche , the tulku, still a teenager, of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. This makes a great follow-up to Gesar Mukpo’s Tulku movie (trailer on YouTube ), and might even be somewhat controversial, as the Yangsi says quite openly that he feels his teachers made a mistake in recognizing him as a tulku.
A Shambhala News Service message on September 21st  (note that all SNS emails can be reviewed on their web page ) announces the new website of the Chögyam Trungpa Legacy Project , and clarifies:
The project is housed within Kalapa, the central governing structure of the mandala, with the Sakyong Jamgon Mipham Rinpoche and Lady Diana Mukpo as its patrons. It has an executive director and advisory board appointed by the Sakyong who work in close association with the President of Shambhala.
The upcoming Chögyam Trungpa documentary Crazy Wisdom , directed by Johanna Demetrakas, surpasses its “Kickstarter” fundraising goal.
The Letter of the Morning Sun  presents the Sakyong’s vision of the future. It notes that “our community has healed and recovered”, and asks community members to respond to three questions he poses .
Chronicles Radio  Dispatches  starts a new series with an interview with Richard Reoch, president of Shambhala International, who discusses the Sakyong’s letter, how the Sakyong’s sangha is the life-force pole of a greater mandala, and other issues.
The Kalapa Capital Centre project, aiming to create the “Capital Building of Shambhala”, provides a couple of updates  on its current and planned activities.