Workshop on “Back to Roots” Concludes with Promises to Create Better Platforms Youths in Future.

Publish Date : 16/02/2021

workshop concluded

Aalo 12th February: – The three days long workshop themed “€œBack to Roots” organized by Central Mopin Preservation and Cultural Society in collaboration with Kong Kong Lige Loyi Foundation concluded with a promise to open up better platform for the young generation to learn traditional art, craft and culture at Gumin Kiin Aalo today.
Attending the concluding Day as the Chief Guest, Shri D. Angu District Art and Culture Officer said that the maiden workshop is a noble venture to infuse much needed dynamism among the growing generation to know skill art, craft, culture and ethical values that gives us a distinct identity. The momentum must go on and all must coordinate to make it a greater annual event in the district in future. He also gave away certificates and honorarium to all participants of the workshop.
The Chairman KKLLF Shri Doli Loyi, this registered trust functions on the strength of annual recurring deposits every year in the name of the trust and flow of monetary support from well wishers to gear up multi-discipline objectives to uplift the cause of scholarship of student below poverty line, infrastructure needs in few selected schools. The Trust will continue the mission to draw enthusiastic boys and girls of the district every year. The Chairman also felicitated the Organizing Committee, CMPCS for effort put in by them to make it successful event.
.Sharing his three day long experiences, Tomar Gara, who came all the way from NERIST to take part in the workshop termed it as a rare platform to be with elder members of the society to learn art, craft, folk dances and folklores. Chairman CMPCS, Shri Mijum Lona and members Shri Lee and Geken Geyi also spoke on the importance such activities in the district.