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To promote Nepalese culture and values.
To advocate for human rights, freedom and peace.
To serve fellow human beings.

Nepali Club of Georgia Tech is showing a Academy award nominated Movie ‘Himalaya’ on Thursday April 3rd

International Movie Night

In celebration of Culture Fest, Global Jackets and Nepali Club at Georgia Tech will be viewing “Himalaya” which was nominated for Best Foreign Film at the 72nd Academy Awards in 2000.  

Synopsis: “Himalaya (French: Himalaya: L’Enfance d’un chef’) is a 1999 Nepalese movie directed by Eric Valli

Himalaya is a story set against the backdrop of the Nepalese Himalayas. At an altitude of five thousand metres in the remote mountain region of Dolpa, Himalaya is the story of villagers who take a caravan of yaks across the mountains, carrying rock salt from the high plateau down to the lowlands to trade for grain. An annual event, the caravan provides the grain that the villagers depend on to survive the winter. The film unfolds as a story of rivalry based on misunderstanding and distrust, between the aging chief and the young daring herdsman, who is both a friend and a rival to the chief’s family, as they struggle for leadership of the caravan.”

For more information visit the following URLs or contact Bivas Gelal at biratbivas@gmail.com
Click here for the Film Himalaya
Click here for Event Info

Sponsored by Global Jackets and Nepali Club at Georgia Tech
Under the Couch, Student Center 2nd floor
6pm-8pm

Trailer Himalaya from Eric Valli on Vimeo.

For more information please read below and visit this link and contact Bivas Gelal at biratbivas@gmail.com

Requesting application for scholarship award for Eric Lu, and Chinese American Lions Club of Atlanta Scholarship organized by APAC

Application deadline extended to March 25, 2015 midnight for APAC Scholarship application

NASeA Youth Scholarship Ad-Hoc committee is requesting you for an application for annual scholarship award for Eric Lu, and Chinese American Lions Club of Atlanta Scholarship Award managed by APAC-GA

APAC will be awarding two special scholarships of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) at its 30th Annual Unity Gala on May 2, 2015. These scholarships are meant to support the college education of deserving Asian American high school students who are about to graduate and enter college.

Applicants will be judged on their overall academic achievement, leadership qualities, extra-curricular involvement, community service, and established essay grading rubric.

Please download Application and Rubric

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Click here Rubric

 

Please submit your application to NASeA Youth Scholarship Ad-Hoc Committee via email at Scholarship@NASeAOnline.org by March 25, 2015 Midnight Eastern Time. Upon selection, you will be asked to fill in the final APAC Application.

Please encourage your children to submit the application along with the supporting essay, and take an advantage of this college entering opportunity.

NASeA Youth Scholarship Ad-Hoc Committee would like to acknowledge the following individuals for their advising and contributions towards this project.

 

Mrs. Brichaya Shah Shrestha
Director of Instructional Design Unit
Kennesaw State University
Marietta, GA


Ms. Nanda Negandhi
6th Grade Language Arts Teacher
Oak Hill Middle School
Milledgeville, GA

 

 

Shailendra Bajracharya
Vice President, NASeA
Project Lead, NASeA Youth Scholarship Ad-Hoc Committee


Holi Celebrations

Interactive program with:Pioneer Heart Transplant Surgeon Dr. Kumud Dhital

Interactive program with:

Pioneer Heart Transplant Surgeon Dr. Kumud Dhital

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The Public Relations Committee of Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA) Extends a cordial invitation to the interactive program with: Pioneer Heart Transplant Surgeon Dr. Kumud Dhital

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Time: 8:00 PM EST

Conference Call Phone No. (605) 562-0020; ID: 122-152-689

Theme: Pioneering DCD Heart Transplantation

Dr. Kumud Dhital is one of the pioneers of world’s first “dead heart” transplant for the first time. He was born in Italy but his parents came from Nepal. He has earned a great deal of fame and respect for his work around the world. He is especially admired by Nepalese people for his extraordinary achievement. He has kindly agreed to share his success story via conference call with us during his brief sojourn in the US.

Please attend the conference call and please share this wonderful opportunity with those who may wish to hear from him. Currently, he is working as a Consultant Cardiothoracic & Transplant Surgeon at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, Australia. His academic qualification include BSc (1st Class Hons), BM. BCh (Oxon), FRCS (Eng.), FRCS-CTh (UK), PhD,   FRACS. He has worked in the US, UK and now is working in Australia.

His additional responsibilities include Conjoint Associate Professor in Surgery- UNSW, Director of Sydney Heart Valve Bank. He serves in many important committees; Vice Chair Human Research Ethics Committee – St Vincent’s Hospital, Member Lung Advisory Committee (Transplantation Society of Australia & New Zealand) Member in NSW Transplant Advisory Committee, Member in Deceased Donor Organ Procurement Service (NSW) and member in International Society of Heart & Lung Transplantation. He previously worked at Papworth Hospital NHS Trust, Cambridge, UK from 2006 –2009 and as a consultant Cardiothoracic and Transplant Surgeon, Director of Lung Transplantation. 

He also worked as a Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Assistant Professor of Surgery, UPMC  (University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre from 2003 to 2005), Director of Cardio-Pulmonary transplantation and Mechanical Assistance, Chief of Sub-Intensive Care (Step-Down Unit), IsMeTT -Mediterranean Institute for Transplantation and Advancedb Therapies, Palermo, Sicily, Italy (Affiliated to UPMC, Pittsburgh, USA). He has been invited to numerous international scientific meetings and symposia as a keynote speaker and has extensively published in many scientific journals.

Please do not miss out this important interactive session with Professor Dr. Dhital. Following his talk, he will take questions.

Moderator: 

Nar Kaji Gurung, Ph.D., PAS, Dipl. ACAN 
Associate Professor of Animal Sciences at Tuskegee University, Alabama and

Chair, Public Relations Committee, NASeA

Phone: 334-727-8457;

Email: nkgurung2002@yahoo.com

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