Archive for April, 2008
Last Saturday we had a wonderful event - a charity screening in Portland, Oregon at the Tibetan Community Center. It was a well attended screening with a nice mixture of Tibetans, Nepalese, and Americans. Screening the film in a Tibetan place of worship was wonderful and hopefully our karma was enhanced more as we raised […]
Yesterday was a good day; I got confirmation that we won a Gold REMI award at the Houston WorldFest Film Festival. This is of course, nice - as it is always great to be appreciated and noticed for your hard work and so I am very happy about the award.
We also got a nice […]
While Wanda Vivequin was screening my film in Jasper, Alberta Canada (see previous blog entry) - I had the fortune to be screening the film for students and faculty at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
It started off a bit bumpy - literally! The landing of the plane was quite scary - a very rough landing - […]
On April 17 a group of over 120 people gathered at the Downstream Bar in Jasper, Alberta to watch the film - Everest: A Climb for Peace. The film was introduced by EPP volunteer Wanda Vivequin who is presently raising funds for the Citta Hospital in Western Nepal.
“It was an amazing turnout […]
New EPP Library for Kids in Nepal - update
We are very happy and proud to share the overview and some wonderful new pictures of the second library / Reading Room that The Everest Peace Project helped fund last year.
Name of the School: Shree Janakalyan Secondary School
Location: In the Lumbini area in Dudharakshya Village which is about […]
On April 3rd - I was proud have a charity screening at the Metro Cinema in Edmonton, Canada. There was over 150 people in attendance and it was a very successful charity event. The screening was put together by Wanda Vivequin - an EPP volunteer and a person very dedicated to raising money and for doing […]