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‘Life In Refugee Camp Taught Me More’

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Akron-based Bhutanese composer, Amber Subba, has said that life in the refugee camp taught him more insights into music than in the country of resettlement.

In an interview with Vidhyapati Mishra of Bhutan News Service, artist Subba said that despite challenges and difficulties, the refugee camp was definitely a learning environment for most artists including himself.

Editor’s note: Arjun Lama and Sudan Thulung of Indrawoti Creations provided technical supports for recording this interview. 

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