I found this elsewhere, attributed to Chatral Rinpoche in April 2007, and excerpt it here, as follows:
"My consistently expressed guidelines and advice to everyone, whether they are tulkus, yogis, khenpos, or even ordinary monks that I happen to meet from day to day are here quoted --
(1) If you are a serious student of Buddhism and practitioner of Dzogpachenpo, you should spend your life in retreat, with minimum comfort, giving up attachment to all luxuries.
(2) Do not waste your time touring foreign countries, including Taiwan, as this is fruitless.
(3) Do not be tempted to beg for donations using different excuses, such as construction of a big monastery, stupa, Zangdokpalri, Bumtsog or big offerings, or establishing a new Buddhist center, etc.
(4) Do not sell out Dzogpachenpo under different pretexts for your own personal benefit.
(5) Always be humble, and do not try to expose yourself in front of others, even if you have a little knowledge of Buddhism.
(6) Do not cheat others in the name of Dzogpachenpo by giving initiations or teachings that you have never received from high lamas or your Guru, or which you have not practiced yourself.
(7) Finally, I myself have never had the slightest desire to visit any foreign country, nor do I have any specific reason for doing so."