The Bhutanese Community Resource Center (BCRC) celebrated its third anniversary with a fusion of different cultural performances in collaboration with a Bhutanese students’ club of Foster High School on Saturday in Washington.
Yug Dabadi, the Chairman of the BCRC board, officially welcomed the guest and audience to the program where Barun Biswa and Tulasa Ghimirey from the students’ club presented its activities to the audience.
The event that ran for four and a half hours included staging of cultural dances, songs, and some parodies presented by artist from different cities of western Washington.
Along with cultural event, BCRC also honored individual Bhutanese and their work in the field of education, arts and motion pictures.
Among those who were felicitated included ‘Dusky 1990’, an entertainment media group formed by some young Bhutanese in Washington, lyricist Khem Rizal, a young Bhutanese writer and lyricist who recently released his new music album ‘Pahilo Bhet’ and a book named ‘Kinarako Chhal’, Birendra Khadka, the Executive Producer of the movie ‘Desh Khojdai Janda’ and Krish Rizal, the Executive Producer of the commercial Nepali movie ‘Biteka Pal’. They received certificates of appreciation and gift cards.
The Seattle 4 Culture and Seattle’s People Fund sponsored the program that was insured the Refugee Women Alliance (ReWa).