–By Asha Kama
We were there once again and back!!! The second round of the pilot project, despite the sheer enormity of the group, not to mention the complicated logistics involved, completed with a big success. Make a Wish Project … Continue reading ->
>> Click here for a picture story from the opening day of the exhibition.
We are organizing “Youngzoom on Garbage” an art Festival at the Clock Tower Square from 26 to 29 August 2010. The festival is the final stage, … Continue reading ->
While in Oslo, Norway, my host took me to a small Buddhist center where people can come and browse through the library well stocked with Buddhist books, including “Buddhism for Dummies”. Its a nice quiet place in the middle of … Continue reading ->
-by Xochitl Rodriguez
and so…this one is by the children.
asked the kiddos at VAST to write about their favorite part of the last two days we spent together. They accompanied me to the workshop on Sunday. We … Continue reading ->
VAST would like to thank the following without which this documentary could not have come through.
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Written by VAST first international artist in residence, Xochi
A Greeting from Xochitl Rodriguez
My journey from the United States to Bhutan has been a long one. It didn’t just start in my hometown of El Paso Texas. The journey … Continue reading ->
>> View pictures from this amazing journey
At 7:00 am on 1st September 2009, eight volunteers from VAST headed to Kabisa in Punakha; thus, began the first trip of ‘Make a Wish’ Project. Twenty eight elders from Kabisa … Continue reading ->
When asked what their wish was, most of the senior citizens in Punakha replied that their wish was to go on a pilgrimage to the holy land of Bumthang.
On the 31 of August, 8 volunteers from VAST picked up … Continue reading ->
The proposed “Make a Wish” project is the pilot project designed to link young people to older people from rural areas and provide a platform to regenerate the lost connection between urban youth and rural old people by young serving … Continue reading ->
VAST would like to inform that the “Build A House Project” for Ap Khen and family was a success. The main house is complete and the family has moved into the house. Due to the monsoon some materials are still … Continue reading ->