Young Zoom On Garbage – The Opening

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

Welcome to VAST’sĀ Garbage Festival at the Thimphu Clock Tower Square.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

The Garbage Robot has the attention of the guests.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

The Honorable Works and Human Settlement Minister, the Guest of Honor, is showered by Giant Drops of Rain.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

The Honorable Opposition Leader has the attention of the Early Learning Center (ELC).

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

Ever wondered what’s inside a rubbish bin?

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

The Tiny Toes present their idea about recycling.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

In another 20 years, Giants of Rubbish are going to attack our mankind.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

Rubbish Robots will help the Giants of Rubbish in wiping out mankind.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

The lens to the biggest camera in Bhutan – the Rubbish Pinhole Camera.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

Hotel Druk projected onto the sensor of the pinhole camera. Note – we are inside a camera, how cool is that?

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

Recycle Me pleaded the young ones from the Thimphu Primary School.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

OMG.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

Same Old Dragon, just new rubbish.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

All hands in the air for No Packaged Food at the ELC.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

All religion in the world will be overtaken by the Plastic Worshippers.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

Inside the Temple of Doom.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

Dorji Wangchuk’s for Air.

Garbage Art by VAST Bhutan

Asha Kama being interviewed by the media.

2 Replies to “Young Zoom On Garbage – The Opening”

  1. This is a mail i wrote to the friends-students of cst, p/ling. to give an overview of this message, it is that we have small WASH-ROOM in the college. so i wrote something regarding the cleanliness of the same.

    Message is
    “Dear friends,
    sorry, it is too long la. it’s a simple thing in our day to day life, but some minute things culminates to the greater things. But those minute things pass by unseen and undone. The irony here speaks simply something about our WASH ROOM la.
    We are so innocent that we don’t really care what is good and bad for ourselves la. You, he/her, me are simply one. If one of us drop therein a piece of say a soap cover, it’s just a piece, but imagine we are almost summing up to the number of 460+ how untidy it would look and feel dirty for us la. It’s our own surrounding. Not only BATH ROOM la, i may extend my theory to class room, college environment, then the community, streets, then nation and finally the world la So i feel that it won’t be tough to begin changing our attitude with the single individuality where then the world may embrace us la. For sure CST family composes the members from around 20 dzongkhags. Let us start loving ourselves, then teach this simple concept to nation la. Let us not respect or follow the standard legislative policy of BHUTAN to maintain the minimum forest cover of 70%, but let us learn to love and respect ourselves and strive to have better surrounding to live. Unless we respect ourselves hardly any one can do for us la. . It’s matter of little thing to drop the COVER after taking CHOCOLATE but why don’t we get hurt for disrespecting ourselves, friends, our counterparts, society …. Sherubtse, Samtse and other sister colleges organize waste management and cleanliness awareness campaign. This might be just wastage of capital, resources and human working hours. CLEANING CAMPAIGN may help a little modest, but imagine how much it might cost. And what if the ATTITUDE of people doesn’t change. “CLEANING CAMPAIGN DOES NOT HELP BUT ATTITUDE-CHANGE WILL DO.” I+YOU=WE=SOCIETY=WORLD, LET US FEEL FOR THE SAME. LET US BEGIN FROM NOW!!!! AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE. “SMALL THINGS SUMS UP TO BIGGER THING.”…..LA

    THANK YOU LA”

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