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Bhutanese-run radio program bags excellence award

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Bhutanese-run radio program bags excellence award

A weekly Nepali language radio program, Yuba Sansar, operated by resettled Bhutanese youths in South Australia, was awarded the ‘multicultural youth program of the year 2012’, Sunday.

Given by the National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council every year, the award is regarded as the highest national honor on multicultural broadcasters.

“Yuba Sansar was awarded for its clarity, focus and appeal to the Bhutanese youth community, and showing creativity in presenting their topics combined with their natural and comfortable rapport and confident broadcasting skills,” Indra Adhikari, one of the program presenters, reported in Nepalnews.com.

A group of seven resettled youths from Adelaide have been running the radio program every Sunday on behalf of the Bhutanese Association of South Australia since February this year. The program is funded by Multicultural Youth South Australia.

The Yuba Sansar team

5 COMMENTS

  1. First of all, I would like to salute the up-hill task being taken by the Yuba Sansar Team! Congratulations for your meaningful work done for Bhutanese in Australia! Your team is an inspiration to the rest of Bhutanese across the world! Keep up your good work!
    Thanks
    Bhagirath Khatiwada
    New Hampshire, USA

  2. Well done Yuba Sansar team….that is a great achievement and good recognition for your hard work and devoted service to the community. You are such an inspiration to the young people whoa re struggling to settle in Australia and other countries. Keep up the good work and your contribution in building the Bhutanese Diaspora.