Wednesday, February 21, 2007

OZOMATLI vs Robin and The New Revolution

This gone Saturday was our meeting of Chula Chuli UNESCO Club at Dillibazar. I have been its member for more than a half year. At the meeting I was handed the responsibility to held quiz competition about the advocacy of IPs/ HMGs ( Indigenous Peoples / Highly Marginalised Groups). Though I haven't done anything like that before I am excited to do that coz it is a rare chance. The meeting was held from around 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. Arati (my sister) was assigned the task for the co-ordination of the celebration of IML Day ( International Mother Language Day) held at Dillibazar office and organised by NGO FONIN and CUC. The date is 24 th of this month. Though the IML Day is 21st of Feb every year, the date is late coz there are some other programs that is going to be held on that day. To celebrate the IML Day all the members are too invited to attend the meeting about the advocacy of IPs/HMGs. Bagman, the club's finance co-coordinator has been proposed to go Illam to attend several programs held by the local small organisations. The budget expenditure of the previous visits of our club president is also shown at that meeting.

After finishing that meeting we some members of the club went to attend the grand musical concert done by "Ozomatli" and "Robin and The New Revolution" at Khulamanch. To tell the characteristics of Ozomatli, the member of the band belong to different nationalities from Japan, America, Mexico to name few. They are two times Grammy Musical Award winners. As talking about the "Robin and the New Revolution", they are the band of Nepal but it seems as they are westerners. That is their main feature. The sound system was so huge that when they played the rock songs it can be heard the echo after reflecting from Bir Hospital building. The the demo of the Ozomatli was outstanding we felt little bore when they played the slow type Spanish songs. After listening to some songs we came back home and again watched it live at NTV Metro. The funny thing that happened was one of our member climbed up to a tree to watch the concert. We saw that NTV was showing it more and more often in TV.

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